Independently Wealthy? Exploring the Alchemy of Self-Publishing

Homework: Recommended Reading for Writers

by Megan Haskell My daughter started Kindergarten this year, and with “big girl school” comes homework. She’s actually excited about the concept, proud to be challenged to study at home on her own. She has Continue reading

Independently Wealthy? Exploring the Alchemy of Self-Publishing

Summer Reading for Your Fans, List-Building for You

by Megan Haskell In the modern era of internet marketing, building a mailing list is the single most important avenue to creating a sustainable business. It doesn’t matter if you’re an author Continue reading

Independently Wealthy? Exploring the Alchemy of Self-Publishing

Beginning with the End: Basic Project Management for Indie Authors

by Megan Haskell You’re an indie author. You’ve written a book and think it’s pretty good. You’re ready to publish. Slow down, bunny rabbit. The art might be finished, but Continue reading

Independently Wealthy? Exploring the Alchemy of Self-Publishing

Spending Green: Hiring your publishing team

by Megan Haskell Confession: I hate the term “self-published author.” Words matter. Connotations matter. Word-play can be used to clarify or deceive, to insinuate or taunt. So what does the Continue reading

Traditionally Challenged: Navigating the Publishing Labyrinth grit

Are You a Publishing Greenhorn?

by Greta Boris green·horn (ˈɡrēnˌhôrn/ | noun | NORTH AMERICAN informal) a person who is new to or inexperienced at a particular activity. When I was a running greenhorn, I experienced something in a Continue reading

Independently Wealthy? Exploring the Alchemy of Self-Publishing

A Generous Community: My top free resources for writers and indie authors

by Megan Haskell When I first started writing, I had no idea what I was doing. Shocking, I know. You hear stories about authors who developed their passion for writing before Continue reading