After successfully selling my new book in three independent book stores, one owner told me that he couldn’t afford to stock my book. I referred him to the wholesale order link at BookLocker.
Randy Evans, author
Red Sky Anthology
This is an article that should be reprinted regularly in each and every issue.
People who are involved in Fan Fiction (something I relatively recently learned about) are, for the most part, just expressing their love/loyalty over a character. They want to share it and enjoy reading others’ ideas. They mean no harm and simply want to ëdedicate’ their thoughts to a character’s life. In some cases, they are even stimulating more fandom for whatever fantasy they are writing about.
The few works I have bothered to read written by Fans on Fan Fiction are little more than a fragment of something ó a scene, a poem, occasionally a short story (once in a while, a well thought out story). Often not, though. I am sure there are people out there who would argue with me on this point.
I personally think any Fan Fiction website should be shut down…
Read more of Wendy’s comments here.
– Wendy Jones
Every provider might have a slightly different process, but it’s useful to know what the process is up front and to be prepared for it.
– Kristen Steele
I am 57 years of age, and I have a question:
Do grade schools still teach English spelling and grammar?
I ask this seriously, as I’ve seen thousands of sentincez like this.
It drives me batty when I do it by accident. Does the above example give you the feeling of fingernails on a chalkboard? Because, it’s exactly how it makes me feel!
– Dale Masters
- Do you want to REALLY keep 100% of your royalties?
- Do you want to REALLY self-publish your book?
- Do you want direct contracts with the world's largest Print on Demand printer as well as Ingram, the world's largest book distributor, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple, and any other ebook retailer you choose?
All at a price LOWER than most POD publishers!
90+ DAYS OF PROMOTING YOUR BOOK ONLINE: Your Book's Daily Marketing Plan by Angela Hoy and Richard Hoy
Promoting your book online should be considered at least a part-time job. Highly successful authors spend more time promoting a book than they do writing it - a lot more.
We know what you're thinking. You're an author, not a marketer. Not to worry! We have more than a decade of successful online book selling experience under our belts and we're going to teach you how to promote your book effectively online...and almost all of our techniques are FREE!
Online book promotion is not only simple but, if you have a step-by-step, day-to-day marketing plan (this book!), it can also be a very artistic endeavor, which makes it fun for creative folks like you!
Yes, online book promoting can be EASY and FUN! Let us show you how, from Day 1 through Day 90...and beyond!