So, there’s an issue going around where readers are buying books online off major platforms like Amazon, reading the entire book, and then requesting to return it for a full refund simply because they didn’t like it. Here’s my two cents on the topic.
While many writers start new novels during this period, some writers (like myself) choose to use this as motivation to finish their WIP or work-in-progress. Whatever your fancy, the goal is still the same – to write!
If you’re an author with a platform on Instagram, also known as Bookstagram to some, then you’ve probably had this happen to you.
I happened upon Bookroar, a website dedicated to indie authors and helping them get their books reviewed. But unlike other websites that try to ensnare you to purchase generic reviews from unknown readers, this site seems to help everyone.
It’s about that time. Spooky Season is coming to the Author Podcast Show and it’s my favorite! So, in honor of Spooky Season, I’d like to feature several writers and their unique horror stories on my podcast show. Below is the criteria and submission guidelines!
If you’ve been listening to my podcast, you probably already know the little mini series I’ve been working on. Every Friday, I make a podcast episode, and my current ones are featuring different tropes from different book genres.
Calling all Indie authors! My blog will soon be host to Lauren’s Indie Book Club where I support new, aspiring, and seasoned writers just like you and me! Coming August 2021!
Indie publishing methods (and indie authors) are growing in numbers because we want to share our stories the way they were originally meant to be told. And many of us would agree that publishing books isn’t about the money, but simply about telling and spreading our stories.
This was my first time participating in PitMad on Twitter and, dare I say, it was super fun! I had never heard of this event before until I started seeing posts on Twitter about the upcoming event. So, here’s what I learned.
Ever heard of #authorsupport? Well, that’s what writer’s lifts are for – a way to support and uplift your fellow writers with the added benefit of possibly getting some followers.