It’s been an unbelievably busy year around here for Where Writers Win, and not just for us. Seems like every author, service provider, consultant and publisher is experiencing an incredible rush of new business, new ideas and new connections in
In the last two weeks we’ve discussed improving your author revenue-producing with audiobooks and crowdfunding. This week, a look at spreading your wings to discover other potential author revenue streams. These can augment your income either while you’re writing your
Our thanks to freelance writer Brooke Chaplan for this submission. Whether you’re a debut author or a full-time author brand, you need to take advantage of today’s global markets! According to a recent Gallup poll, fully engaged customers (yes, your readers)
Our thanks to Carol Van Den Hende for this fifth in a series of posts to provide perspective on the business of writing, leveraging a marketing professional’s experience. In this installment, making the most out of attending a writers conference!
Our thanks to WWW team member Matthew Dix for this post. Matthew’s work for Where Writers Win includes identifying and posting writing competitions of value to emerging authors! It’s easy to bemoan the contest culture that seems to have taken
On the heels of Sunday’s post, Author Marketing Mastery #4: Include A Reader’s Guide In Your Book! I wanted to share some fun I recently experienced during a wild weekend with book clubbers from across the country. This is about
On the heels of our discussions about covers, front matter and back matter contributing to an author’s marketing juice, we wanted to delve just a bit deeper into what winning a writing competition can offer your own author marketing efforts.