Hiring the Right Ghostwriter By Mark Graham, Iron Fox Creative Hiring a ghostwriter is a good idea for anyone who has a valuable, interesting story to tell – and not only because you may not have writing skill or the necessary time to accomplish your goal. Here are several reasons why hiring a ghostwriter might
Asking for Feedback on Your Book By Alexandra O’Connell, Your Resident Wordsmith There’s only so much writing we can do before our questions—Is this any good? Is this clear? What should I change?—take up an endless loop in the echo chamber of our heads. If you are at this point with your book, you need to
Oh, the Mistakes We’ve Seen! BlueInk Review details common self-publishing writing gaffes By Camilla Sterne “Oh, the Mistakes We’ve Seen!” is part of a series of BlueInk Review blogs offering advice and insight into self-published writers’ most common errors, as seen in the more than 2,000 reviews of self-published books that we have provided since
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By Brian Schwartz In last month’s column, I wrote of the analogy of a farmer and how viewing yourself as one can help you stay focused in your publishing endeavors. This month, I want to ask you to put on a different hat; the hat of a hunter. We all know the reference to our
By Brian Schwartz I want to share with you an analogy that is likely familiar to most of you. As you begin to read this month’s letter, I’d like you to role play with me. Put on your farmer/gardener hat. Think of your actions as the seeds, and your book as the crop you’ve planted.