Book tours seem like a great way to promote your book — learn about the problem with virtual book tours / blog hops and how to avoid them
CreateSpace requires a PDF version of your manuscript to be added. This video shows how to save it into a compliant PDF file from Microsoft Word. If you are looking for more videos on formatting with createspace, start with part one of this series here.
Sorry for taking so long to post this! Here is video 5: Headers, Footers and Page Numbers!
This quick video shows how to use continuous page breaks in Word to divide up sections for alignment (like centering your title and copyright pages).
So, you’ve picked a trim size and cream white/pages (If you haven’t, start with this post about trim size and this post on cream/white pages) – now we’re getting to formatting! For some, this can feel like a “pull your hair out” situation. It’s really not that bad, we’re going to start slow and go […]
If you’re new to CreateSpace, picking a trim size can be overwhelming. Learn which trim size to use for your self published fiction or nonfiction book
Some of you know I’ve recently been working on converting my wife’s book into the proper CreateSpace format. I’ve been recording it along the way 🙂 and will be posting videos of the steps I take for formatting and getting the book ready! I thought we should start at the beginning 🙂 when creating a […]
Looking to get more visibility for your Google+ updates? This post discusses the key ways you should be formatting your posts to make them more visible
Disclaimer: This is not a post about Marketing 🙂 My lovely wife drinking something green/blue. This is a post about my wife. We’ve were high school sweethearts and today is her birthday. Even after 20 years – I can’t even put into words all the adjectives that describe her 🙂 Let me try a few though! […]
Ready to really start start connecting with potential readers in Google+? This post describes using Google+ Circles to build your author platform