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Author Experience: Jason Currie on Cover Design

When I contacted Kobo Writing Life services looking for a cover artist for my novel they immediately paired me with AcePub; a company that was more than happy to help me. 584 more words

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Let's Be Real: Balancing It All

I sat down this week to write up a blog post and you know what happened?  Nothing.  Nada.  Zilch.  I stared at the wall for a while, binged  541 more words

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12 Inspiring Idioms for Aspiring Freelancers

Whether you are new to freelancing, or just thinking about it, these idioms will help:

 1. Rise and Shine! Working from home is the best of freelance perks, but that doesn’t mean you should sleep in every day. 908 more words

Fantasy Art, Book Cover Design, and the Indie Author

In past posts, I’ve spoken on the subject of what many people don’t appreciate about good book cover design. This subject has been a learning curve for me as an indie publisher, despite a publishing career handling the coding end of digital production page-editing. 1,843 more words

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ATTENTION MARKETING: Book Charms

Guest Post by Deborah Cooke (Abridged from a version originally published on www.deborahcooke.com)

Book charms are adorable and readers love them. I’ve bought them in the past from Etsy vendors, but when I realized I needed at least 100 of them for an event last August, I decided to try making my own. 908 more words

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