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Round-Up Question of the Week: What strategies have you used to generate book reviews?

Round-Up Question of the Week: What strategies have you used to generate book reviews?

This week we asked our community on Facebook to answer this question: What strategies have you used to generate book reviews? Here’s what they had to say: Stephanie Chandler: My favorite is to ask Amazon reviewers of competing titles. Who else has some suggestions for us? Sue Lynn Canfield: Include a paragraph at the end […]

Round-Up Question of the Week: What goals are you setting for yourself for the coming year?

Round-Up Question of the Week: What goals are you setting for yourself for the coming year?

This week we asked our community on Facebook to answer this question: What goals are you setting for yourself for the coming year? Here’s what they had to say: Joel D Canfield: I’m slowly working on the book about writing Resistance I’ve been putting off (yes, I see the irony.) While Steven Pressfield calls on […]

Round-Up Question of the Week: What are some of the biggest challenges you face as an author?

Round-Up Question of the Week: What are some of the biggest challenges you face as an author?

This week we asked our community on Facebook to answer this question: What are some of the biggest challenges you face as an author? Here’s what they had to say: Cheri Fields: Making time without feeling guilty about it. I’m a homeschool mom and there is always something else to do when my brain is functional. […]

Round-Up Question of the Week: What difference do you hope to make in the world with your books?

Round-Up Question of the Week: What difference do you hope to make in the world with your books?

This week we asked our community on Facebook to answer this question: What difference do you hope to make in the world with your books? Here’s what they had to say: Mike Loomis: I hope my books make a difference for writers and entrepreneurs by helping them save time, navigate the new publishing landscape, and increase […]

Round-Up Question of the Week: How has being an author impacted your life?

Round-Up Question of the Week: How has being an author impacted your life?

This week we asked our community on Facebook to answer this question: How has being an author impacted your life? Here’s what they had to say: Emily Patterson-Kane: When I first immigrated to the US, writing bridged the difference between my salary and my cost of living. It made all the difference. Marie DeHaan: When I was […]

Byting Off More Than We Can Chew: 20 Paradoxes Created by Technology by Michael Larsen

Byting Off More Than We Can Chew: 20 Paradoxes Created by Technology by Michael Larsen

1. Alone together: “The more connected we are, the more isolated we are.” –Kristen Lamb, author 2. The more young people communicate with tech, the less social skills they have. 3. The more tech fosters unity, the more it empowers fragmentation. 4. The more knowledge there is, the less we know of it. 5. We […]

Contest Alert: What’s your vision for 2018? Enter to win!

Contest Alert: What’s your vision for 2018? Enter to win!

We’ve teamed up with VSP Individual Vision Plans, the national leader in eye care benefits, to share their affordable individual vision insurance package – perfect for independent business owners and retirees who don’t have employer-provided vision care –  and we have some big news: One lucky winner will receive a $200 Visa gift card, which […]

5 Compulsory Project Management Skills Every Author Needs to Know by Betty Moore

5 Compulsory Project Management Skills Every Author Needs to Know by Betty Moore

A good administrator can understand when a strategy has to be done and about how long time it takes. He is able to realize will this product be successful or the only word to describe it is a failure. You want to become a perfect manager or you are searching for that one – here […]

No Open Enrollment Needed to Protect Your Vision

No Open Enrollment Needed to Protect Your Vision

For Many, open enrollment for health insurance takes place in the fall, but when it comes to vision care, VSP Individual Vision Plans allow you to enroll at any time during the year! At the Nonfiction Authors Association, many of our members are self-employed, retired or planning for retirement. While there’s been much discussion about […]

7 Tips to Improve Your Business Writing by William Grigsby

7 Tips to Improve Your Business Writing by William Grigsby

Every business writer needs to acknowledge one thing. If he wishes to improve, he’s ought to follow the most important path towards mastery. I’m talking about practice. Simple and on point. Practice consistently and you’ll get better. For some writers, this fact might come as a trouble. To practice business writing on a consistent basis, […]