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Rating: 4.40 / 5
4 reviews

Smart Marketing for Indie Authors: How I Sold my First 1,563 Books and Counting!

by Mike Kowis

HOW DO I SELL MORE BOOKS?WHICH MARKETING TOOLS WORK BEST FOR INDIE AUTHORS?Have you ever asked yourself these questions? If so, this is the perfect book for you! In this award-winning* guide, Mike Kowis, Esq., shares his successful book-selling formula and explains the marketing tactics he used to sell over 1,500 books within his first two years of being an indie author. Don't worry, it's MUCH simpler than you think!In this book-marketing guide, you will learn:*Mike's proven BOOK-SELLING FORMULA,*16 MARKETING TOOLS that he used and their results,*EFFECTIVENESS RATING, COST, and TIME required for each tactic, plus*12 COMMON ROOKIE MISTAKES to avoid.This handy guide also includes a summary of all marketing strategies that he tried so you can decide which tactics to use for your book. *This book was chosen as the Solo Medalist Winner in the 2018 Fifth Annual New Apple Book Awards for Excellence in Independent Publishing (Writing and Publishing category).

Genre: Business & Finance, Marketing & Sales, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 148 pages
Free download for Kindle from 23 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.40 / 5
4 reviews

Blogging Basics for Authors: 30 Lessons to Help Writers Create Effective Blogs and Blog Content

by Nina Amir

Most authors blog because they’re told they have to—not because they want to. You’d rather be writing, right? Blogging is writing. And with a little guidance, you can tap into your natural abilities to create a blog with a strong, international readership of lifelong fans that will then buy your books. As an author, blogging is the easiest way to promote your books. A successful blog has anywhere from 1,000 to 100,000 readers per month, and many bloggers enjoy more readers per day than best-selling authors.That could be you . . .Blogging Basics for Authors provides 30 easy lessons to help you become an effective blogger and bring some serious traffic to your author website. Apply one tip per day for a month, and you’ll see tremendous results. Writers write. You are a writer. That means you can blog. And you’ve got an advantage over the average blogger who has no writing experience.

Genre: Computing, Microsoft, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 125 pages
Free download for Kindle from 23 February 2020 onward  

Chills, Thrills, and Kills 2018: Writing Prompts for Horror Writers

by J. C. Cauthon

Genre: Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books, Writing
Size: 375 pages
Free download for Kindle from 22 February 2020 onward  

The Elements of Fiction: Plots and Scenes That Always Work

by Philip Wik

I wrote The Elements of Fiction to guide and improve my own writing of fiction. Anyone can pick up the nuts and bolts of writing without much effort. But mastering the art and architecture of writing is more difficult. In today’s publishing environment where a flood of e-books would eclipse the literature of Mark Twain and Dickens and hasten Hemingway’s drinking and suicide, it helps to define success strictly in personal rather than mercenary terms. We’re living in the golden age of publishing where anyone can publish anything they write. With these opportunities comes the challenge of competing with an ever increasing larger army of author/publishers. We have different reasons for writing. For me and for most people, writing fiction is a hobby. It’s no way to make money. Its delight lies in letting me define and explore my feelings and express my ideas through the lives of fictional beings. Wally Wood, the cartoonist, was looking for ways to make his art more dynamic and interesting and his productivity more efficient. He drew “22 Panels that Always Work.” His idea was to reduce the multiple ways to draw a cartoon narrative into twenty-two panes of layouts and compositional techniques. Examples of these panes are head shots, eye shots, silhouettes, profiles, and contrasts. I want to do the same thing by reducing the infinity of narratives to a handful of elements using examples from my fiction. This book has these essays. Four Plots That Always WorkSeven Themes That Always WorkFive Plotting Elements That Always WorkCreativity PromptsCadenceTensionPixar’s 22 Rules for Storytelling The Elements of Fiction also has a lengthy section with examples of writing from my own fiction.

Genre: Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books, Writing
Size: 191 pages
Free download for Kindle from 22 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Eat the Elephant: How to Write (and Finish!) Your Book One Bite at a Time

by Jen Crosswhite

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books, Writing
Size: 169 pages
Free download for Kindle from 21 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Write Nonfiction NOW! Guide to Writing and Publishing Articles (Write Nonfiction NOW! Guides)

by Nina Amir

Genre: Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 122 pages
Free download for Kindle from 20 February 2020 onward  

you write a story behind the photo: 100 assignments part 5

by Esther Tuxmi

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 100 pages
Free download for Kindle from 18 February 2020 onward  

The Inspired Writer: Motivation to begin your writing journey

by Deb Graham

Have you always wanted to write a book? Different than a how-to-write craft book, The Inspired Writer will encourage you to see your potential and motivate you into publishing the next best-seller. In these engaging essays laced with upbeat humor you’ll find the boost you need to write your own book, blog, journal, or letter home. Author of 22 published books, including the best-selling Cruise Addict’s Wife series, Deb Graham offers advice on how to move your words forward into print, whether indie or traditionally published. Ideal for novelists, nonfiction writers, bloggers, even journal-keepers. If you dream of writing or crave some uplift, The Inspired Writer is for you!

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 139 pages
Free download for Kindle from 18 February 2020 onward  

Emerge: Discover how to emerge from your cycle of excuses and blame to step into your purpose

by Barbara Hubbard

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 112 pages
Free download for Kindle from 17 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Parallel.cymru Blwyddlyfr 2018 / 2018 Annual: Includes Bethan Gwanas, Geraint Lewis, David Jandrell, Elin Meek, Heini Gruffudd, Lynda Pritchard Newcombe & Matthew Jones (Parallel.cymru Annual Book

by Bethan Gwanas

This Kindle compendium gives you a sample of what is on the digital magazine parallel.cymru, grouped by Welsh versions first and then English equivalents. Parallel.cymru started as an online magazine in late 2017, and within a year over 5,000 visitors a month were reading items. It presents fresh, first-person perspective articles plus unique resources in a bilingual Welsh-English side-by-side format, free of charge for all to read- on any device, anywhere in the world.Mae'r blwyddlyfr hwn yn rhoi blas o beth sydd ar y cylchgrawn digidol parallel.cymru, gyda'r fersiynau Cymraeg yn gyntaf wedi'u dilyn gan y rhai Saesneg. Dechreuodd parallel.cymru fel cylchgrawn digidol ar ddiwedd 2017, ac o fewn blwyddyn roedd dros 5,000 o ymwelwyr y mis yn darllen eitemau. Mae'n cyflwyno erthyglau persbectif person-cyntaf ffres ac adnoddau unigryw mewn fformat dwyieithog ochr yn ochr, yn rhad ac am ddim ar gyfer pawb, i'w darllen ar unrhyw ddyfais, unrhyw le yn y byd.

Genre: Fiction, Short Stories, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 137 pages
Free download for Kindle from 16 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
6 reviews

The ABC's of Writing and Publishing a Book (Writing-for-Publication 1)

by D. D. Scott

So you've got a book you want to write...or…you've already written it and have no idea how to get it published...or…you're just thinking about writing one and getting it published but haven't actually done anything.What do you do next?You read this book by International Bestselling Author D. D. Scott.The author of 37 books, D. D.'s been there, done that and has taught writers around the world how to achieve their dreams of becoming a published author. Wherever you’re at in your writing-for-publication journey, she’s here to help you. Whether you need information on Writing Craft, Cover Design, Formatting, Editing, Promotion and Marketing, Your Writing Style and Space, Plotting Tips, Social Media for Writers, Day One Page One Considerations or information on Identifying Your Readers and Learning Where to Find Them, D. D.’s got you covered.The writing-for-publication journey can be a love, light and joy-filled adventure, and D. D. has all of the tips, tools and tricks you need to enjoy every moment.D. D. welcomes you to a love and joy-filled writing-for-publication in the Introduction to the book. She writes:When I began my writing-for-publication journey almost twenty years ago, I’d have given anything to have a how-to book that showed me exactly what to do, what not to do and what to expect from the beginning of the process all the way through till I was holding my book in my hands. And, I’d have given anything to have a teacher who was filled with confidence, optimism and a loving-kind grace and patience to help me navigate the process and make my dreams come true. A sense of humor would have been a fantastic bonus.With this book, I’ve written the book that I longed for, and I’m honored to be the kind of teacher that I was looking for.The voice inside my heart, the one that every time I’ve listened to it has led me to exactly what I need to be doing according to my life purpose, whispered to me many times that I had to write this book. I wanted you, and all aspiring authors, to have the opportunity to experience a love and laughter-filled writing-for-publication journey.The journey that you’re about to take is made up of paths that you’ve chosen to take, at your own pace, without the approval needed of anyone other than yourself.It’s a fabulous time to be a writer! And it’s never been easier to connect with readers.THE ABC’S OF WRITING AND PUBLISHING A BOOK is 350 printed pages (around 94,000 words) full of writing and publishing how-to’s and serves as the “textbook” for D. D.’s online and live classes.PRAISE FOR D. D. SCOTT:"...one of the top Romantic Comedy/Humorous Mystery writers out right now." — ENT (Ereader News Today)ABOUT THE AUTHOR:D. D. Scott is an International Bestselling Author, Spiritual Awakening Ambassador, Life Coach and Writing and Publishing Coach. With over 400,000 books sold and over one million books downloaded, her 36 books in 7 genres have hit bestseller lists around the globe, including Amazon’s Top 100, Top 10 and Movers and Shakers List. With a BA from Purdue University, majoring in Psychology and Political Science, she’s also a gifted spiritual awakening life coach and evolutionary leader. She treats her readers and students to loads of laughs and a bunch of love and light. You’re welcome any time in her online home - www.LetLoveGlow.com.

Genre: Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 366 pages
Free download for Kindle from 15 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.30 / 5
4 reviews

Book Cover Design Formula: Create Book Covers That Captivate Readers: Complete DIY Book Cover Design Guide for Self-published and Indie Authors

by Anita Nipane

Genre: Arts & Photography, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 155 pages
Free download for Kindle from 13 February 2020 onward  

Other Realms 2018: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing Prompts (Other Realms series Book 1)

by J. C. Cauthon

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books, Writing
Size: 375 pages
Free download for Kindle from 13 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
2 reviews

Not Write Now: A How-Not-To Guide for Writing Fiction

by Kyle Robert Shultz

You’ve read all the self-publishing pep talks.Your book still isn’t published. Or finished.So why not try a different approach?Not Write Now isn’t like any book on writing you’ve read before. It won’t tell you to get your hiney in the chair and write. It will tell you to do the exact opposite.Acclaimed fantasy author Kyle Robert Shultz launches a reverse-psychology attack on your creative blocks that will leave you more eager and determined to write than ever. And he'll give you plenty of laughs along the way.This may not be the creativity book you’ve been looking for, but it’s definitely the one you need.Get it now.

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books, Self-Help & Counselling, Self-Help
Size: 132 pages
Free download for Kindle from 11 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Steps to Self-Publishing

by Rachel Clarke

New and updated for 2018 From manuscript to marketing, everything you need to know to successfully self-publish in one user-friendly volume. Each section explains the available options from all-in-one packages offered by firms such as Thomson-Shore and Matador to DIY services from Kindle Direct Publishing and Smashwords.PART ONE: STEPS TO SELF-PUBLISHINGEditing: free options and advice on hiring a professionalISBNs and Legal Deposits: what are they and who needs to worry about them?Pricing: how to price ebooks and paperbacks competitivelyDesign: cover creation and internal layout – the options and costs involvedPrinting: print runs vs print on demandPrint Distribution: bookshops, online sales, Amazon and more Ebooks: the different formats and distribution methods explainedMarketing: learn the shortcuts – giveaways and reviewsKDP and Smashwords: detailed guides on how to list your bookPART TWO: PRACTICAL GUIDESStep-by-step instructions, packed with screenshots, allowing Word users to:Typeset a print bookPrepare an ebookProduce marketing materials, such as an Advance Information sheetMake the right decisions every step of the way and see your book successfully come to life.

Genre: Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books, Writing, Self-Help & Counselling, Self-Help
Size: 432 pages
Free download for Kindle from 10 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Picture-Book Professors: Academia and Children's Literature (Elements in Publishing and Book Culture)

by Melissa Terras

How is academia portrayed in children's literature? This Element ambitiously surveys fictional professors in texts marketed towards children, who are overwhelmingly white and male, tending to be elderly scientists. Professors fall into three stereotypes: the vehicle to explain scientific facts, the baffled genius, and the evil madman. By the late twentieth century, the stereotype of the male, mad, muddlehead, called Professor SomethingDumb, is formed in humorous yet pejorative fashion. This Element provides a publishing history of the role of academics in children's literature, questioning the book culture which promotes the enforcement of stereotypes regarding intellectual expertise in children's media. This title is also available, with additional material, as Open Access.

Genre: Fiction, Nonfiction, Literary Criticism & Theory, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books, Teen & Young Adult
Size: 152 pages
Free download for Kindle from 10 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 3.00 / 5
3 reviews

Diary of an Indie Blogger: My Roadmap to Success VOL 2 (PPG Publisher's Blog)

by Kim Staflund

I’ve decided to continue sharing large parts of the PPG Publisher’s Blog with you in book form at the end of each year. Annual Diary of an Indie Blogger books will be a new PPG tradition. And I think you’re going to like this new one especially. With some help, I've added even more content to my blog over these past two years than in the first seven years combined!The first book contained the first seven years of blog content. Diary of an Indie Blogger (Volume 2) excludes any guest posts from the actual PPG Publisher’s Blog. But it still shows my growth as a blogger, and all I’ve learn about SEO, over the past two years. I know you’ll find this helpful for your own blogging/writing career.Of course, this book is not meant to take the place of the PPG Publisher’s Blog altogether. I recommend you check out the many educational pieces written by others for my subscribers. There are helpful tips on everything from crowd funding to movie adaptation, et cetera, in all these posts. This book does not include those tips.Also check out a new category this year: Blogging Progress Reports. You’ll notice, as you read through this book, that the format of my posts began to change toward the end of the year. After much research, I learned the most effective ways to write posts so they’re sure to be indexed by search engines like Google. I not only want these posts to be indexed. They should have a high enough ranking that they land on page one of a key word search. Needless to say, I’ve learned how to do that effectively this year. And there is more help coming to you in 2019! Keep watching for more!

Genre: Business & Finance, Reference, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 529 pages
Free download for Kindle from 10 February 2020 onward  

Write History: How to write a memoir, biography or historical fiction: A Historical Writer's Guide to Crafting Blazing Stories (Workshop-in-your-pocket Book 1)

by JP Robinson

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 3.34 mb
Free download for Kindle from 09 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

Novel Starter: The Novel Writing Workbook: 50 Days of Writing Prompts and Advice to Help You Start Your Novel (Novel Writing Toolkit Book 1)

by Fiction Attic Press

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books, Writing
Size: 114 pages
Free download for Kindle from 08 February 2020 onward  

Outlaws & Gunslingers 2018: 365 Western Writing Prompts (Outlaws & Gunslingers series Book 1)

by J. C. Cauthon

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books, Writing
Size: 379 pages
Free download for Kindle from 07 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 3.40 / 5
20 reviews

How to Write A Book: & Sell it on Amazon (Make Money Writing, Self-Publishing, Marketing & Selling More Nonfiction & Fiction Novels Using The Law of Attraction) Publish & Market an eBo

by Jenny Loveless

★This Is Not Your Ordinary how to sell books on kindle book ★☆ With this book, you are really getting two books in one! ☆Like chess, there is a strategy to selling on kindle. Figure out this strategy, and your Kindle business will be an unstoppable full time writing career. How to Write a Book & Sell it on Amazon explains exactly how Amazon's algorithm works which is your key to self-publishing success. This book is your blueprint for learning how this fun but competitive game is played. It is packed full with tips that you won't find anywhere else - tips that work! The information in this book will bring your book more visibility and with that, more sales!The other part of this book is a comprehensive guide on how to use The Law of Attraction correctly and specifically toward your writing and marketing career. Although this book tells you everything you need to know about how to sell more books, nothing compares to the success you will find when you learn to apply correctly and efficiently, the greatest gift given to mankind. Author Jenny Loveless has many books out on Kindle and in print. This book however, is the one she has worked the most hard on. Jenny Loveless has put extra efforts into it inorder to bring you the most usable and valuable information out there. She wholeheartedly wants for you to succeed in this business. What's more, with the right information, she knows you CAN. Jenny has intertwined both the LOA and the information on selling Kindle and Amazon books in order to bring you the most success possible for you and your books. In this book you will learn:What The Law of Attraction is All the steps to using The Law of Attraction properly How to visualize properly Many secrets to The Law of Attraction that other books don't tell you How to implement the LOA specifically to your writing career How to use the LOA for better reviews and more sales How to use The Law of Attraction to help with writers block How to use your intuition How to use basic HTML for more sales How to become an Amazon best seller How to get your book onto The Hot New Releases List How to market your book Ways to make the most out of a single book Tips on blogging and email lists How to write a great fiction title How to write a great nonfiction title Tips on a killer cover Tips on formatting your book Tips for children's books illustrations and formatting Tips on selling more children's books How to use keywords properly for more visibility How to pick your categories Pricing your books How to have a successful free promotion How to write a compelling descriptionThe motivation to force success into your lifeHow to find the inspiration within yourself to accept nothing less than complete successHow to use social media to sell more booksHow to make money online through your writingHow to work for yourselfHow to make money from homeMany resources to find affordable helpYou cannot afford to miss this book!Scroll up and download this VERY INFORMATIVE read today!

Genre: Business & Finance, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 239 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 February 2020 onward  

Money Makers: Great Business Men Who Made A Lot of Fortune, Bio, Early Life, Career, Type Of Business

by Paul Odame

Making money, whether it be through investing in the stock market, real estate, or running your own business, isn't just about doing the math and coming out on top with a little luck. For better or worse, success is often determined by you and you alone. Successful guys have certain personality traits in common.
Here are some of the characteristics of successful moneymakers that can help you rise to the top.
 1- Be realistic
Realism is the fine line that you walk between optimism and negativity. A successful man is a realist, which means that he's never going to shoot himself in the foot by being negative, but he's not going to take risks based on unsupported conclusions.
Consider Bill Gates. When he left Harvard to develop his vision at Microsoft, he took a huge risk. But that risk wasn't entirely unfounded. Bill knew what the rest of us would later learn: personal computers would be the wave of the future if only software could be more user-friendly.
You don't have to be as far thinking as Bill Gates, but you should learn something from his decision making. Before you make a key decision, ask yourself whether you're being realistic. It's a hard thing to do, but the most successful among us are able to step outside of themselves for a moment and evaluate the situation.
2- Be a man of action
The best ideas in the world are worthless if they're not put into action. But action can be a double-edged sword because action for the sake of action can easily become reckless.
The mindset that separates the men from the boys in this department is being uncomfortable with inaction. In other words, a successful guy will never sit around waiting for something to happen. He may not invest any money in a given year, but he'll always be looking and exploring. That's what made Warren Buffett such a success. His specialty is buying undervalued companies.
Buffett has been beating the pants off the S&P 500 since 1965, but it's not just luck that gets him there. As a man of action, Buffett knows how to harness his aggressive side, but he has the discipline not to go overboard.
Berkshire Hathaway, the conglomerate Buffett leads, has $64 billion per year in revenues, which means a lot of buying and selling. But that kind of success keeps him focused on replication. Buffett continues to pursue the stated goals of the company by sticking to his solid business plan. Deviations, even with respect to stock disbursements (the company has not had a stock split since Buffett took over), are not allowed. The theory behind that: don't fix what isn't broken.
Go the way of your passion...

3- Capitalize on your passion/knowledge
If you don't love it, it's nearly impossible to get others to love it. By focusing on something that you're passionate about, you'll give yourself extra resources that can't be quantified.
Any financial undertaking is going to be hard and you're going to have to put in extra work that you couldn't have predicted. That's where the passionate man has an edge. When you're working on your passion, you don't mind the extra work. In fact, if you're really on the right track, it won't seem like work at all.
Larry Ellison, the founder of Oracle, took his passion for mathematics and computers, and revolutionized the database world. That might sound boring to a lot of us, but to Ellison, it was a dream come true. Maybe your passions don't have nearly as much commercial upside, but that doesn't mean they aren't worth looking at.
Sometimes following that passion means putting yourself outside the mainstream. A lot of guys shy away from this, and it's true, you can go too far. But no successful businessman could ever be described as someone who followed the crowd. Successful guys live outside the crowd so they can move the crowd. You just need to make sure you're not too far removed from the crowd.
4- Have outer confidence
Confidence is key to almost anything in life, whether you're running a business, se

Genre: Business & Finance, Industries & Professions, Small Business & Entrepreneurship, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 113 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.70 / 5
5 reviews

Kindle Bestseller Publishing: The Proven 4-Week Formula to go from Zero to Bestseller as a first-time Author! (Influencer Fast Track® Series Book 5)

by Gundi Gabrielle

Write an Amazon Kindle Bestseller in the next 30 Days!Sound to good to be true?Well…… with the right strategy and proper research before you start, it is actually very possible, even if:you are not a writerhave no marketing experiencedon’t have a large following yetAs a 6-time #1 Bestselling Author, Gundi knows a thing or two about writing & publishing bestsellers.All her books reach #1 within just a few days of publishing and over time, she developed aStep-by-Step, proven and easy-to-follow Systemthat can help you reach Bestseller status with your very first book.KINDLE BESTSELLER PUBLISHING is part 5 of the “The Sassy Way…..when you have NO CLUE!” series, that teaches Internet Marketing strategies to total beginners.You might not think of Kindle Publishing as a marketing tool, but it actually can be one of the fastest, most efficient ways to build a following onlinebe it for your blog, social media, business or any service you are offering.In addition, Kindle Publishing can bring you the following BENEFITS:the Prestige of being a published - or even bestselling - Authorinstant Authority in your fieldnew clients and customers on auto-pilot who will trust you a lot more, because you have already proven yourselfPassive Incomeautomatic list building - email marketing is widely considered to be the most powerful marketing technique of all, more than Facebook and Google Ads combined. Publishing a book on Amazon can help you build your mailing list on auto-pilot - and Amazon even pays you to do it…..This book will teach you step-by-step how to go from zero to published - and - possibly bestseller!It is NOT an in-depth WRITING GUIDE although some basic instructions and tips are provided.“Kindle Bestseller Publishing” focuses on the Marketing aspects of publishing a book on Amazon - and in particular, what it takes to reach Bestseller status - the “science” behind it.Important areas that will be covered are:Researching profitable Book IdeasUnderstanding Amazon’s Algorithm and how new readers can find youhow to optimize your meta data, including your book title to trigger Amazon’s algorithm to promote you heavilyCategory and Keyword Research and how Bestseller ranking on Amazon worksHow to market your book during Launch Weekand much more….Are you ready to write and publish your first book?See your name on Amazon Kindle Bestseller lists?Then, scroll back up now and hit the BUY Button

Genre: Business & Finance, Small Business & Entrepreneurship, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 178 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.50 / 5
5 reviews

The Audiobook Book: An Audiobook Production Guide for Indie Authors & Narrators

by Renea Mason

The Audie Award-Winning team of Renea Mason, Noah Michael Levine, and Erin deWard share their experiences and ideas on indie audiobook narration, publication, production, and marketing. This self-help and reference guide for authors and narrators promotes collaboration, communication, understanding, and encouragement as foundations for approaching or refining a career in the fastest growing sector of the publishing industry—audiobooks.

Genre: Arts & Photography, Stage & Theatre, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 200 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.00 / 5
4 reviews

Pimp My Fiction: Write A Bestselling Novel By Learning Powerful Writing Techniques

by Paula Wynne

Improve your writing. Transform your novel into a page turning bestseller. Ensure your success as a novelist.

The craft of writing an exciting novel that fascinates our readers is knowing how to make things happen on the page.

To entice our readers to turn pages and see what happens next, we have to find the most exciting way to tell our story. As aspiring writers, we need to learn how to write fiction and to perfect our writing craft with dynamic words to connect our plot and characters to our readers.

This writing skill is acquired over time. Along with reading books in the genre we are writing, a new novelist will also find success from the guidance of writing tutors who share their knowledge and experience by writing reference books.

We have to learn how to structure our story with strategically placed plot points. But just as important is knowing how to weave our character’s arc into scenes so they drive the story forward.

When creating our characters, we have lots of personality templates and different archetypes to choose from, yet whichever route we choose, we have to be sure the characters we create are completely believable. This includes putting them on an emotional journey throughout the story.

Just as important, we must ensure each character speaks with their own distinctive tone in the dialogue they use when they interact with other characters.

Likewise, our villains must be real and reveal their character traits slowly, to worry our readers. By exploring character viewpoint, we’re able to give our readers a thrilling experience with a powerful point of view.

Next, we must discover ways to captivate our readers within the first few pages of our novels and keep them riveted and hooked throughout. We do this by writing vivid settings as seen through our character’s senses.

Whatever genre we are writing; we must always have the desire to learn writing fiction techniques from acclaimed authors. Whether our passion is writing thrillers, supernatural and paranormal, fantasy and science fiction or romance, or even children’s books, there is something for everyone in this book.

Within the pages of Pimp My Fiction I have included writing reference books that offer templates and blueprints to help you to start creating your plot, building your characters and writing your novel.

So, if you’re reading this book because you want to find out how to write a novel, this ultimate list of writing fiction technique books will provide you with all the tools you will possibly need.

Above all, Pimp My Fiction will inspire, inform, and enlighten aspiring authors.

Genre: Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Education, Publishing & Books, Writing
Size: 144 pages
Free download for Kindle from 05 February 2020 onward  

Whodunnit 2018: 365 Writing Prompts for Mystery Writers

by J. C. Cauthon

Genre: Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books, Writing
Size: 375 pages
Free download for Kindle from 03 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
2 reviews

How to Launch and Market a Book: The Six Month Countdown

by Melissa Caudle

From the #1 New Release Author, Dr. Melissa Caudle comes the secrets of launching and publishing a book as an independent author. Why waste hundreds of hours trying to find this information or spend hundreds of dollars on webinars? Have you been there and done that? This book is an essential resource for authors who desire to have their book reach the #1 New Release as it provides specific steps during the pre-launch of a book six months out to marketing it once it is released. The advice and steps supplied throughout the book are golden. If you are an author, you need this book.

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 183 pages
Free download for Kindle from 31 January 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Audio for Authors: Audiobooks, Podcasts, and Dictation for Fun and Profit

by Bradley Charbonneau

Genre: Business & Finance, Marketing & Sales, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 102 pages
Free download for Kindle from 30 January 2020 onward  

An Insider's Guide to Publishing: Tricks to the Bookselling Business (Writer's World Book 1)

by Jordynn Washington

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 128 pages
Free download for Kindle from 29 January 2020 onward  

Conversations with My Muse: A Year with Calliope

by Joseph Langen

This account is based on my blog record throughout 2008. It tracks the events of my daily writing life and Calliope’s influence on it. I have often been asked what it is like to write full time. Some writers love their muses, some wrestle with them. Mine has always been at the ready with the exception of one brief hiatus noted above for which I take responsibility.

Genre: Education & Reference, Publishing & Books
Size: 254 pages
Free download for Kindle from 29 January 2020 onward  

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