If you’re like many indies, you didn’t jump into writing and publishing full time with a limitless budget for your startup expenses. Plenty of us
One Service to Rule Them All Author Helper Suite Gives Users A Hand with Organizing the Backend of Book Businesses Jenn Mitchell Although it might
2020 was a pivotal year for everyone. COVID quarantines had people scrambling for things to do, especially creatives. For writers, book signings were postponed indefinitely.
ScribeCount bills itself as an indie author’s best friend—and if you’re looking for a platform that provides deep insight into your aggregate sales data, then
Released: 2018 Operating System: Online at https://storyoriginapp.com/ Price: Basic: Free (Limited access) Standard: $10/month or $100/year (Full access) Guided Setup is available for a fee
With more than ten thousand authors already using Plottr, the story outlining and organizational software, many indie authors already find plenty of value in the
Congratulations! You’ve poured your heart and soul onto the page, and your book has come to life. You’ve planned the launch to end all launches
A lot of buzz surrounds the brand-new software Atticus, the brainchild of Dave Chesson, the founder of Kindlepreneur. Atticus has been described as the love
Setting Goals With Asana, An Organization Platform Asana (https://asana.com), an organizational app, lets you set up projects and tasks, keep track of them, and nail
In “Wide vs. Exclusive: Which is for You?” (IAM May 2021), we covered the pros and cons of publishing e-books as widely as possible. The
How to Use Merchandise Sales on your Website to Make Money and Grow Your Brand In today’s economy, it’s a given that relying on a
It’s no secret that a good cover can sell a book. Once you have a cover made, you want to get that cover in front
When writing your novel, you want a program that can contain all the amazing ideas that are swirling around in your brain in one place.
You’ve decided to write that novel. You opened Word, but now you’re staring at a blank screen and… what? What actually goes into writing a
It’s that time of year again. Evenings are spent vegging out on the sofa after yet another rich, heavy meal. There are invitations to office
For the indie author community, 2022 has undoubtedly been a year for the books. In February, Draft2Digital announced the acquisition of Smashwords, bringing two of
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