Guest Post: 60 Freelance Writing Resources

By Joe Flanagan If you're considering moving into freelance writing or have already chosen this path as your career then these 60 helpful freelance writing resources are for you. It covers freelance writing resources for the modern day including writing tools, social media groups and forums, blogs and podcasts, plus much more. You'll never be stuck for …

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18 Sites Where You Can Find Photos (And Use Them For Your Work!)

As a writer, and especially as a blogger, it's helpful to have access to images you can use. With that in mind, here is a list of sites where you can find photos for commercial use (in no particular order): Kaboompics: A royalty-free service for stock images for images photographer, graphic designer and website creator Karolina creates. …

An Interview with Josef Marc, CEO of Publica

There are a lot of exciting developments in technology right now. One of the latest is blockchain technology, which allows digital information to be distributed but not copied. One startup, Publica, aims to bring the blockchain to publishing. I recently had the chance to learn more about it from Josef Marc, the CEO of Publica. …

Guest Post: How to Profit From Ebook Self-Publishing

By Mariah Not too long ago, first-time novelists had to send their printed manuscripts to multiple publishers before getting published—if at all. If they play their cards right, today’s novelists can skip the publishing houses and agents and earn money through self-publishing. Ebook fiction, in particular, does extremely well. A number of authors have earned …

Women in Publishing

There have been a lot of interesting articles about women in publishing lately. According to Publisher's Weekly, "women represented 74% of the publishing workforce in both 2015 and 2016." However, there's a wage gap between men and women in the industry. In response, a number of women have started their own businesses. The article offers …

Guest Post: 28 Boring Words Alternatives—Improve Your Writing

By Jack Milgram Think about the last interesting conversation you had with a friend of yours. What made it so pleasant? Chances are, what made it so great was your friend’s relatively rich vocabulary. And no, we are not talking about snooty guys throwing obscure terminology at you. We are simply talking about people who …

Indie Authors and Book Reviews

Book reviews are an important part of an indie author's strategy. Reviews can let potential readers know if they want to purchase your book, and they can also help you improve your work.  The Creative Penn offers advice for getting reviews if you're an unknown author. The idea is to get a team of people …

Guest Post: 5 reasons authors should create and sell an online course

Baidhurya Mani is the author of "How to sell online courses from your own website: A complete beginner’s guide." By Baidhurya Mani Selling online courses has changed the lives of so many individuals. I have worked with a number of online course creators and have seen how they have turned their expertise in yoga, health and nutrition, cyber …

Fun Tools for Authors

I do love a good list. Below are some tools that can help you as an author, whether you're looking to write, find books to read, research words, and more. Authors.me: Platform for connecting authors with agents and publishers. AZ Screen Recorder: An app that lets you record your Android screen. Beemgee: Tools for authors. …

Indie Authors: Book Sales and Other Income Strategies

As an author, there's a lot of things to consider when it comes to earning money. Some indie authors are able to earn a full time income, according to The Guardian and Russell Blake. Print sales are not the most lucrative, according to LG O'Connor, and print and ebook bundling doesn't always work out, according …