I haven’t been idle in recent weeks, despite my infrequent blog posting. I’ve completed a 3-book series designed to help aspiring authors format, upload, and market their books. Having gone through the self-publishing process 16 times now (you can see all my books here), I’ve nearly figured it out through the tedious process of trial and error. It’s no picnic, let me tell you!
Just like last month’s release, Book Weaving, these three books feature more of Claudia Guzes amazing cartoons. After all, “Laughter can relieve tension, soothe the pain of disappointment, and strengthen the spirit for the formidable tasks that always lie ahead.” –Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Since we’ve become unwitting experts in tension, disappointment, and formidable tasks, why not throw some laughter into the mix? At least that was my thought when I opted to include some cartoons!
Book Building: A Beginner’s Guide to Crafting Your Book can help you properly organize your manuscript. Book It: A Beginner’s Guide to Self-Publishing and Marking on Amazon will help you navigate the publishing process. Book Hawking: A Beginner’s Guide to Marketing Your Self-Published Book is full of additional ways you can get your book into the hands of readers whether you’ve self-published or gone the traditional publishing route.
If you click on the cover, you can see a preview of the book.
What better way to enjoy a summer quarantine than with a new book? Go ahead and pick these up for free over the next few days. In addition, you can get A Woman’s Survival Guide to Disasters in Rural Mexico for 99 cents. Happy reading!
Now what shall I work on this month? Topic suggestions?