How do you reward yourself for completing a milestone?
What do you do to celebrate your achievements? Jim is off this week on his Unskippable book signing tour. Bryan welcomes his guest host, Elise Kova. This week’s Happy Books Review Winner is Eustacia Tan. Thank you to our featured Patrons: Outage Boxed Set Books 1-3, Win For Love, and Not Write Now: A How-Not-To Guide for Writing Fiction. The Top Tips of the week include why in-person connections at writing conferences are so powerful, what the five must-haves are for every new author, and how to keep your readthrough rates high. The 5 News stories that matter most to indies this week include why counterfeit books are still for sale on Amazon, how Microsoft is stealing books back form readers, why finding books at your local library may get more difficult, what’s the latest Amazon reporting hiccup, and how slow and steady can still win the race. Question of the Week: How do you reward yourself for completing a milestone?
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- How to survive a writing conference
- Five great author tools
- How to keep your series readthrough high
- Amazon has a counterfeiting problem
- The downside to DRM
- Why library book wait lists are getting longer
- KDP has some reporting issues
- That slow and steady can win the race
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Outage Boxed Set Books 1-3 (Outage Horror Suspense Series) by T.W. Piperbrook
Win For Love by Isabelle Peterson
Not Write Now: A How-Not-To Guide for Writing Fiction by Kyle Robert Shultz
Tip #1: How to Not Hate a Writing Conference
Tip #2: Five Tools Every New Writer Should Know
Tip #3: Keep Your Readers Reading
News #5: If the Counter Fits…
News #4: Reading Their Rights
News #3: The Digital Squeeze
News #2: Just Breathe and Keep Writing (1)
News #2: Just Breathe and Keep Writing (2)
News #1: Slow and Steady Wins the Race