All the reasons you should escape into the latest science fiction sensation – Xarrok Birth of an Empire Book One by Catrina Taylor.
Finally, this series of 100 sites for fiction writers comes to an end. And what better way to end it than with a look at my own blog.
To those just start out, publishing one’s own e-books can seem a daunting task full of mystery and frustration. But it doesn’t have to be that way. For advice, check out the website Publish Your Own Ebooks.
Fiction writers, there’s no reason to be confounded when it comes to self promotion and online social networking. Help is one the way! And it’s a close as visiting Guerrilla Wordfare, the online home for author Lizzy Ford.
Amazon’s Kindle seems to get all the attention when it comes to dedicated e-reading devices, but the Nook from Barnes & Noble is pretty popular as well. Writers would be doing themselves a disservice not to take note of the market the Nook provides. To help keep up with the Nook and its audience, check out Nookboards.
Thinking about publishing your own books in digital formats? If so, you might have some questions, maybe a lot of questions. The Writer’s Guide to E-Publishing is the site to find answers to all your questions. Check it out.
Are you a fiction writer stumbling through the new world of digital self publishing? Don’t be afraid. Instead check out the blog by fellow indie author David Gaughran. You’ll find lots of tips and information, and you can follow along his own journey as a self-published writer.
Are you an e-book author looking to sell more of your works outside of the U.S.? If so, XinXii might be the site for you. Working out of Germany, XinXii lets authors upload their e-books and sell them in seven different languages. If you want to hit the European market, XinXii is worth considering.
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Amazon’s Kindle might be stealing a lot of the glory for e-books and e-reading devices, but the Nook from Barnes & Noble is a fine device itself, and it comes in a color version. But if you are a writer, how do you get your e-books published for the Nook? Through the PubIt! program.