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Never Judge A Book By Its Cover - But You Always Do!

In May and June this year, I had the very interesting experience of getting a book cover designed.

Why did I decide to do this? Well, at the time I had almost completely made up my mind to go down the self-publishing route and I knew that, if I was going to put any money into that venture, it had to go on the book cover. 886 more words

Catherine Ryan Howard

3 tips for organizing your time as an authorpreneur

Writing and publishing a book is a multi-step process…like, HUNDREDS of steps. The more I learn about what I need to do in order to publish… 535 more words

What I've Learned (It Might Help You!)

Goodreads Giveaways: Don't Do What You're Told

This summer I’m working on revising and updating my self-publishing ‘how to': Self-Printed: The Sane Person’s Guide to Self-Publishing. Edition #3 is scheduled for release in a few weeks’ time. 2,753 more words


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5 steps to building a rocking author platform

It’s been a month since my novel, The Girl From Oto, flew across the pond to undergo a thorough analysis by an editor. It should be back any day. 527 more words

What I've Learned (It Might Help You!)

Stress-free self-publishing

I’ve been following Catherine Ryan Howard’s blog for some time now, not only for all the great advice on self-publishing, but also her entertaining and light-hearted tone. 231 more words


'Self-Printed' by Catherine Ryan Howard

In keeping with the theme this month of posts relating to self-publishing (you can read my account of the recent Self-Publishing Day at the Irish Writers’ Centre… 835 more words

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Self Publishing Day at Irish Writers' Centre

This week, I thought I’d bring you a report from the Self Publishing Day organised by the Irish Writers’ Centre. The Centre has a long tradition of holding publishing days, which give budding authors the chance to hear from experts in the publishing industry and get tips on sending in their manuscripts. 638 more words