Tag: nonfiction

Teleseminar: Roger C. Parker on Video Strategies for Authors

Teleseminar: Roger C. Parker on Video Strategies for Authors

Event Date: July 26, 2017 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST Join us as Roger C. Parker discusses Video Strategies for Authors. Nonfiction authors who ignore video book marketing are doing a service disservice to their careers, their books, and their readers. Video can help authors at every stage of Published & Profitable’s Plan, Write, […]

Teleseminar: Malaga Baldi on A Literary Agent’s Perspective on Trends in Nonfiction

Teleseminar: Malaga Baldi on A Literary Agent’s Perspective on Trends in Nonfiction

Event Date: July 12, 2017 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST Join us as Malaga Baldi shares A Literary Agent’s Perspective on Trends in Nonfiction. About Malaga Baldi Malaga Baldi has worked as an independent literary agent since 1986. The Baldi Agency is an eclectic agency specializing in literary fiction, memoir and cultural history. She worked […]

Branding Mistakes to Avoid When Marketing Nonfiction Writing

Branding Mistakes to Avoid When Marketing Nonfiction Writing

Abstract: Like every other product, even nonfiction writing requires strategic branding. Here we enlist mistakes which should be avoided when you are branding your work. Main Body: The technological world of today has made the process of book writing much easier. For instance, authors have the liberty of ‘self-publishing’ along with the facility of ‘print-on-demand’. Such […]

What to Look for In A Nonfiction Editor – 13 Tips from Editors Themselves

What to Look for In A Nonfiction Editor – 13 Tips from Editors Themselves

When soliciting advice from editors themselves regarding what to look for in an editor, you might be surprised by how much their feedback can resemble the question of what to look for in a partner; “honesty,” “good communication,” “teamwork,” “common interests” to name a few. And that’s because when you hire the right editor, they […]

How Self-Publishing Can Give You Benefits for Your Writing Career

How Self-Publishing Can Give You Benefits for Your Writing Career

Publishers know what an average reader likes. They have specific expectations that you, as an author, have to meet if you want to get your book published through them. They shape your content and mold you as a writer. In a way, they butcher your work to make it fit into their own understanding of […]

Learn the Tricks to Making Your Readers Pay Attention – Guest Post

Learn the Tricks to Making Your Readers Pay Attention – Guest Post

The greatest writers in the world had to start somewhere. Stephen King wasn’t born famous, nor was Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain, or George Orwell. Gaining the attention of the masses is the dream of many writers. The task of attracting readers is not easy, but it can be very rewarding. In order to gain the […]

Member of the Week: Sheri McGregor, author of Done with the Crying

Member of the Week: Sheri McGregor, author of Done with the Crying

Name: Sheri McGregor, M.A. Book Title: Done With the Crying: Help and Healing for Mothers of Estranged Adult Children Your book’s Amazon purchase link: bit.ly/DoneWithTheCrying  What is your book about? Done With the Crying: Help and Healing for Mothers of Estranged Adult Children is an encouraging and comprehensive book about the increasing phenomenon of estranged […]

What Happens When You Release Your First Book: The Unexpected Vulnerability New Authors Face

What Happens When You Release Your First Book: The Unexpected Vulnerability New Authors Face

Over the years I’ve noticed a trend with new authors. Some get a little anxious when the publishing process is nearing completion. Emotions run high and there’s a level of anxiety that follows over the anticipation of finally seeing your work in print. This is totally normal and expected because when you publish a book, […]

Book Award Winner: Familiar Evil

Book Award Winner: Familiar Evil

Nonfiction Book Award Status: Silver Author Name: Rannah Gray Synopsis With raw honesty and unparalleled access, Familiar Evil tells the story of one man’s international search for a child predator—how perseverance, courage, and the enduring belief in good over evil prove the power of one. Twenty years before this story begins, a hung jury in England […]

7 Editing Tricks to Speed Up Your Writing Activities – Guest Post by Kate Simpson

7 Editing Tricks to Speed Up Your Writing Activities – Guest Post by Kate Simpson

As a writer, you may find yourself pressured to create a coherent and inspiring piece, the best anyone’s ever read. Unfortunately, there are some realities that we need to face, and deadlines are one of the harshest realities out there. Envision a Structure Do this before you even start. This gives you a clear direction […]