8 Essential and Creative Recommendations for Launching a Book
Guest Post by Penny Sansevieri | Aug 30, 2022 Regardless of how long you’ve been publishing, the process of actually launching a book can be stressful. If you’re going it alone you have to manage final edits, the book cover choices, uploading the book and setting up your retail pages. It’s a lot for sure. A checklist for your book launch would be helpful, right? Well, if you have a book coming out (whether it’s your first or your fiftieth) you’ve come to the right place becau
A Victorian Woman's Inability to Catch Her Breath - an Editorial Review of "My Search for Air"
Book Blurb: Plainsville, Pennsylvania, is a town as dull as it sounds, and for high-spirited Lilith Brown, it is a torturous existence. Coming of age during the late Victorian Era, Lilith finds herself questioning the prevailing ideology of social stratification and its resulting inequities. Thirteen-year-old Lilith is lucky to have two like-minded women in her life who, unlike her parents, encourage the young girl to reach her full potential. But although their minds may be
Why You Should Avoid Traditional Publishing If You're Planning a Series
by Penny C. Sansevieri Guest Post | Tues Aug 30, 2022 Self-publishing a book can sound complicated, and I won’t lie to you, it is more work upfront for authors. However, it can also be lucrative for many reasons, and for many kinds of authors! I’d like to focus on one group, in particular, this time around: the series' author. We get a lot of authors that come to us when they’re ready to release a new book in their series because they feel stuck. Typically this happens becaus