This edition of the self published carnival is going to be just a little different. I’ve changed the way I put it together in hopes of getting a little more time to work on one of my projects.
First up: Here’s 5 of August’s most interesting/useful posts. If you don’t have all day, just read these.
- Maybe you don’t judge a book by its cover…
- Selling To Foreign Language Markets
- The Single Most Powerful Writing Tool You’ll Ever See That Fits On One Page â€“ This one is actually the culmination of his recent excellent series on Story Structure.
- What Is ‘Value Added’ And What Does It Have To Do With Indie Authorship?
- How to Market Your Book on a Shoe-String Budget â€“ Great collection of links at the bottom of the article.
And here’s the full list:
C.F. Jackson presents Top Four Key Success Factors of Online Business posted at Website Makeover Workshop, saying, “How can I get traffic to my website? How do you make a website? I need help and I just don’t know where to start! And with the internet growing by leaps and bounds it can seem overwhelming. http://www.WebsiteMakeoverWorkshop.com”
Monica O’Brien presents The right and wrong book launch strategies â€“ and 4 ways authors can get blog publicity for their book posted at Twenty Set.
Eldon Sarte presents This is My Night Job posted at Wordpreneur.com, saying, “Writing is everything. Or is it? Sometimes, even with the best laid plans, it needs to take second place. Temporarily at least.”
Joshua Dodson presents Proprioceptive Writing: The Rules and Concluding Questions posted at Writers Community.
Jon Bard presents Want to Write Children’s Books? You Need These Four Things! posted at Children’s Writing Web Journal.
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