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How to create a great box set

By Tara Cremin

Box sets are hugely popular on Kobo at the moment. Our best selling titles on Kobo Writing Life are nearly always ones that are part of a greater series. 728 more words

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Setbacks and Opportunities

My agent Matt and I pulled my book from submission this morning. We had submitted to 9 great editors in the Fantasy publishing industry. In roughly 9 weeks since we had submitted, we received replies from 3 of them, all “passes”. 338 more words

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Kobo Writing Life Tool Kit Helps Self-Published Authors Cross the Finish Line

Whether it’s due to writer’s block, the simple fact that there aren’t enough hours in the day, or that a helping hand is needed, crossing the self-publishing finish line can be tough—and remains the number one goal for all authors. 474 more words

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My Financial Failure: Guest Post by Angel M.

Success is not a destination, it’s a learning process. And the best teacher is often failure. Thomas Alva Edison once said, “I have not failed 700 times.

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The Birth of a Story

The Birth of a Story

The Birth of a Story; that sounds big and important, doesn’t it?  And in one way, it is; you need a birth to have a life.  656 more words

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Building Your Author Mailing List

By Mark Dawson

I can still remember it, even three years later. I had published my first indie novel, The Black Mile, and had arranged a weekend’s worth of promotion to mark it going free for a few days. 1,290 more words

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Why do the crazy thing and self-publish?

Why do the crazy thing and self-publish?

Welcome to the inaugural post!  And rather than spending this time giving you the big Manifesto-Of-Doom post, I’m just going to jump right in if that’s okay with you. 805 more words

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