Shannon Bolithoe : A Writing Life


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Self Publish, Indie Authors. Part 3 Why mix and match vanity choices are sensible.

It is not vain to pay for elements of book publishing, its sensible. (see part 2) After all painting your bedroom might be easy, but it is so much easier to pay someone else. Just work out what you can afford and where your skills are weakest. If nothing else just accept your first book […]

https://writinglifesite.wordpress.com/2016/02/27/self-publish-indie-authors-part-3-why-mix-and-match-vanity-choices-are-sensible/


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Five Grammar Rules Every Self-Published Writer Needs To Know

by Gary Smailes As an editor, I’ve edited hundreds of books. One thing that you quickly notice is that there are certain mistakes that you see repeated time and again. This article contains the five most common grammar and punctuation mistakes I come across on a daily basis. My hope is that by sharing […]

http://ryanlanz.com/2015/12/24/five-grammar-rules-every-self-published-writer-needs-to-know/


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9 Self-Publishing Fiction Writers You Should Follow Today by Jason …

9 Self-Publishing Fiction Writers You Should Follow Today by Jason Kong explains what new writers can learn from CJ Lyons, Joanna Penn, Lindsay Buroker, Joe Konrath, David Gaughran, Nathan Bransford, Elizabeth Craig, …

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