BookWhirl Publishing LLC, an independent self-publishing company introduces its newest deal, the Cheaper by the Bundle Promo.
Argiope Aurantia by Deborah Keever. A retired Registered Nurse now has time to enjoy nature photography.
When you’re a children’s or YA writer, it’s hard to find shelf space beside J.K. Rowling, Veronica Roth, John Green, and other major names in the industry — especially if you’re self-published.
BookWhirl, in partnership with COS, presents the Author Interview Video which is designed to promote the author’s book and the author himself through new media platforms.
Become prosperous and successful in your career this 2015. Come up with the best strategies and game plan to achieve your goals career wise. New things pop up every year which is why you should always evaluate all aspects of the business to gain the upper hand. Marketing and promotions are some of the most […]
BookWhirl, in partnership with Self-Publishing Reviews (SPR), offers the Bestseller Book Plan which is designed to promote the author’s book to get the bestseller title on its launch.
The world self-publishing refers to the publication of any written craft solely by its author, without the intervention of an established third-party publisher. Here, you, as an author, is the publisher of your book and should take the responsibility of every bit and piece in the process from text editing, layout and cover designing, text […]
We came across the following article by Stephen King a little while ago. We believe it was originally published in a 1986 edition of The Writer magazine and republished in the 1988 edition of The Writer’s Handbook. We reproduce it here for educational purposes; copyright remains with Mr King. I. The First Introduction THAT’S RIGHT. […]
When I signed my first publishing contract with Health Communications over a decade ago, I was a bit of an anomaly. I didn’t have any experience in the field I wrote about. I had no platform and I made every mistake in the book. But I was persistent. I took advice to heart. I found […]
The upcoming arrival of Harper Lee’s second novel, Go Set a Watchman, came as just as much of a shock to people in the publishing industry as it did to the rest of us. Even Hugh Van Dusen, Lee’s editor at HarperCollins, didn’t learn about the book’s existence until yesterday. Van Dusen, who’s been working […]