Wednesday is for Writers: Nicole Collet finds her readership

I would like to share my journey as a first-time fiction writer and how I found my readership. Perhaps that will inspire and enlighten whoever reads this. It all started 3 years ago when I read a news article about a fellow Brazilian writer who had posted a young-adult novel in English on Wattpad, the […]

Wednesday is for Writers: Christian Lee discusses using short links for marketing

Any time I hear someone say “less is more”, I tend to roll my eyes and think that he has never munched on a good steak or had a few bucks in his pocket. The whole concept just sounds ridiculous, but it holds true in certain areas. One of these areas is that of book […]

Wednesday is for Writers: Rohini Singh’s dream has come true!

It was a great honour to announce to the world on December 10th, 2014, the release of my first book, The Time Manipulator’s Son. Published by Something Or Other Publishing from Wisconsin, USA, this science fiction/fantasy novel for pre-teens to young adults introduces new and original ideas to science fiction. This life-long dream finally became […]

Writers on Wednesday: Eric Mondschein’s Author-Driven Marketing—The Ongoing Journey

Author Eric Mondschein describes the ongoing saga of marketing his book, Life at 12 College Road.

Wednesday is for Writers: New Book Ideas for December 2014

Nine writers added eleven new titles to the SOOP book ideas list in December, and several of them are already off to a speedy start. December’s new ideas (in the order they appeared) are: Reckless by Zeke Kuenzi (Science Fiction & Fantasy) You’re My Everything by Ashley Oakes (Romance) Primeval Soup by Michael Whateley (Mystery, Thriller, & Suspense  ) A Journey of Faith […]

Writers on Wednesday: Rohini Singh: The Road to Publishing The Time Manipulator’s Son — and Beyond

Now that The Time Manipulator’s Son is published, I have seen that writing the book was the easy part. After finding a publisher in Something or Other Publishing, I soon learnt that my manuscript required many thorough rounds of developmental editing, copyediting, and proofreading. I actually enjoyed going though the different phases of editing. I […]

Writers on Wednesday: Christian Lee: Thunderclap

No matter how big of a publishing company you have behind you, as a writer, you always need to do promotion yourself. Why do you think that Dan Brown has a Twitter account? He doesn’t tweet anything himself, but he realizes the great power social media has as a marketing tool. Most celebrities have social […]

Writers on Wednesday: Rohini Singh: Launching an Indiegogo Campaign

Let me begin by saying that my publisher, Something or Other Publishing (SOOP), is just fantastic! They have gone beyond the call of duty to make my dream of publishing my first book (The Time Manipulator’s Son) a reality. The book will be released soon. Like other writers from Trinidad and other parts of the […]

Writers on Wednesday: Eric Mondschein’s Author-Driven Marketing: The Saga Continues

As my journey in marketing Life at 12 College Road continues, I keep posting to my Facebook page, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts, and my website. Fortunately, as I have said before, with the assistance of SOOP, I have not had to travel this unmarked and unpaved road alone. It is important to maintain an ongoing […]

Writers on Wednesday: Rohini Singh: Finding a Publisher from a Small Island

Finishing my manuscript was a great accomplishment for me. Next, all I needed to do was find a publisher. I was sure that someone out there would like my work, but this proved to be much more difficult than I thought! I began diligently searching the Internet for publishers in the United Kingdom and United […]

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