If you’re a self-published author, there are chances that someone has suggested you get a cover or some editing on Fiverr. Upon learning the site Fiverr got its name because you could pay people five bucks for an assignment, you quickly dismiss whoever gave you that advice. You’re certain you can’t get anything good for that price. Well, don’t dismiss Fiverr so quickly. Just like a book shouldn’t be judged by its cover, Fiverr is more nuanced than its name suggests.
What is Fiverr? Continue reading “The Author’s Guide to Fiverr”
I was introduced to Reedsy by a friend who had just hooked up with an editor for her new book. Although she had yet to get into the meat of working with the editor, she was encouraged by his background and the process through which they’d connected. I decided to check out Reedsy and see what they were about. In order to do that, I got in touch with Ricardo Fayet, the founder of Reedsy, and plied him with questions.
Ricardo, how does Reedsy work? Continue reading “Looking for Professional Help with Your Book? Think Reedsy.”
As the industry fluctuates, there will be times when your books aren’t earning what they used to. So what do you do? If you’re like me, you appreciate some income each month. But here’s the kicker: you need to have some skills.
Skills, you ask? Yes, skills. If you’re vaguely computer savvy (like me) you can turn what you love into another business. Did you format your own manuscript for publication? For print and eBook? Did you get pretty good at CreateSpace’s print book cover creator? If you answered yes to more than one of those questions, there’s hope for you. Continue reading “When Words No Longer Pay; An Author’s Alternative Income”
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