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Dealing with dumping a client—or getting dumped—it's all going to be okay

In my last post, I talked about how dealing with clients is easy—and it isn’t. Thanks to everyone who posted a reply. One of my followers, travel writer… 746 more words


Build Your Global Sales with Kobo Writing Life

NOTE: This piece originally appeared on The Book Designer.

By Christine Munroe

Why should self-published authors and small publishers distribute directly to Kobo? And how can you grow your global sales? 1,465 more words


Kobo In Conversation on Zoomer Radio


We’re very pleased to announce that we’ve partnered with Zoomer Radio to present a weekly Kobo In Conversation. In this new half-hour radio show, we’ll chat with famous authors about their writing process and popular bloggers about their reading habits. 57 more words


Dealing with clients is simple—and it's not

I am the co-moderator of The Freelance Writers Connection on LinkedIn, and this month we are discussing “Dealing With Clients.” I posted an email to the group about this and am adding some other thoughts here. 528 more words


Kobo Writing Life Podcast - Episode 063 - Melody Anne


Episode 63 features NYT bestselling author Melody Anne, who began publishing in 2011 and has published forty (!) books and sold over 7 million copies since then. 659 more words

The Business Of Writing

Demon Plague is LIVE!

Good morning, folks!

I am pleased to bring you the second book in my Highland Wolves series:

Demon Plague

Just look at the cover!

Isn’t it gorgeous?   458 more words


Elizabeth's Busy Summer

WEA member, Elizabeth Ducie, is having a very busy summer. In the past six weeks, she’s launched not one, not two, but three new books. 245 more words

Elizabeth Ducie