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Jennie Nash, the book coaches, discusses with James how writer who are stranded or disappointed can end their book with the help of an accounting associate in the shape of a book coaches. It is the last part of our Thrillerfest 2018 feature with a series of award-winning playwrights - among them Jack Reacher author Lee Child - who discuss their work and the impact of publication in the dark world.
The first part of a three-part serial dedicated to this year's NYC mystery festival features some outstanding personalities, among them best-selling novelists Karin Slaughter & Peter James and best-selling playwright J.D. Barker. The second and last part of our self-publication book serie, Karen Inglis describes how her experience has enabled her to help other creators in the same aerospace world.
Wright on how she mastered the challenge of self-publishing and commercializing her children's literature. This second BookLab issue provides Helena Halme, the writer of Scandinavian literature, with expert advice from industrial professionals. Rhett Bruno and Steve Beaulieau talk about their one-of-a-kind way of writing textbooks, both sci-fi and non-fiction.
Nonfiction writer Kam Knight tells of his experience as a self-published writer who wrote from the street while travelling the globe. On the podcasts in this extra issue, stand on a Q & A with Mark on all things self-publication. Learn how to handle ad changes, find new audiences and develop new advertising strategies with one of the world's most accomplished indies.
Pensioner David Penny speaks about his resumption of work after a thirty-five-year break and agrees with his policy of turning his historic albeit secret niches into an annual one. Writer Pip Reid describes how she significantly increased her bookselling business with Pinterest. Mark tells in this dedicated Masterclass issue of the Podcasts how writers can handle the latest changes to the Facebook App.
First three scholarship holders of the Self Publishing Formula Foundation about their work, their book advertising and their profession. Nonfiction writer Molly McCord divides her disaggregation of the kinds of poor conclusions that writers can get and how to deal with them. The GDPR will soon come to us and will have an impact on any independent car sales.
Jasper Joffe, an independant writer and editor, speaks about the company's successful work with a different approach to the conventional one. Self-released writer John P. Logsdon presents the ReaderLinks site, a one-of-a-kind new utility that allows individual writers to monitor and optimize the commercialization of their work.
Sutherland is returning to the blog to tell you what writers work and what don't on Twitter and how you can maximise your coverage on the Twitter podcasts. A web- and webdesigner for Nine Inch Nails, Pink Floyd and David Gilmour and writers like Robert Galbraith (JK Rowling) and Mark Dawson, Dave Stansbie discuss the important aspects of an authorsite and how to work with a builder.
With aeronautical enthusiast and aviator Owen Zupp, James discusses how and why he has turned his father's successes into bestselling non-fiction literature. This first BookLab issue features David Beren's expert commentary from branch professionals (and SPF friends), coverage designers Stuart Bache, lyricist Bryan Cohen and journalist Jenny Parrott.
Comedian Ernest Dempsey divides his path to independent writer hit, include some of the unevenness along the way.