As a self-publishing author, we live for reviews of our work — good or bad. Reviews are meant to be an overall evaluation of the entire book: the formatting, content, offers, delivery. At times, we get reviews based on initial first reactions, and it is these reviews, especially the scathing, hurtful ones, that the author needs to learn to deal with.
A big Congratulations! to Shirleyann Regis, our “Get Noticed” contest winner. Shirleyann Regis submitted “Tears of the Heart”, her second book of poems where “love and compassion can be felt” within the pages. And they certainly can. Congratulations, Shirleyann. “Tears of the Heart” by Shirleyann Regis “Tears of the Heart” came about because the Author […]
The harsh reality is you are no longer critiqued solely on the quality of your work, but on the accuracy of your offer as well as the price. Make sure you understand how to correctly offer Sample Chapters and set a reasonable price for your book BEFORE you make a costly and deadly mistake.