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

Independently Wealthy? Exploring the Alchemy of Self-Publishing

Finding and Interacting with Reviewers: An overview

by Megan Haskell In this month of gratitude, I’d like to give thanks for my readers, especially those who have taken the time to leave a review of my books Continue reading

Independently Wealthy? Exploring the Alchemy of Self-Publishing

Is It Good Enough? Overcoming the Fear of Criticism

by Megan Haskell Before I hit publish on my first novel, I was terrified of making a mistake, anxious to put my best foot forward, and petrified that no one Continue reading

Independently Wealthy? Exploring the Alchemy of Self-Publishing

The Independent Author-Publisher: Is this you?

by Megan Haskell A lot of people will try to tell you there’s only one way to publish. They sit on one side of the fence or the other and decry Continue reading