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Opinion: To Tweet or Not to Tweet? Is Twitter Worthwhile for Self-published Authors?

Award-winning historical novelist Anna Belfrage from Sweden shares the results of her experiment to determine whether Twitter is an effective tool for selling self-published books, and considers whether the return in terms of book sales is worth the time invested. To tweet or not to tweet? Let’s face it. Twitter can be severely restricting for […]

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This Week’s Self-publishing News

You know how sometimes there just seems to be nothing to say? Well this week is definitely not one of those times. Looking at my “list of possible links” (yes, that is a thing, and yes, me telling you it is a thing constitutes, in a way a bona fide “how I do it” top […]

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Writing and Self-publishing with Epilepsy

As part of our occasional #WritersWednesday series on writing with particular health conditions, British novelist Chrissie Parker’s describes the challenges of writing with epilepsy. Her positive attitude will inspire authors everywhere. The life of a writer can be very rewarding but it’s also hard. Motivation, a thick skin and determination are all strengths required. I […]

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