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book description

Five Tips For Writing A Book Description That Isn’t A Bore

You’ve written an amazing book. You’ve gone through a thorough editing process. Your book cover has been designed and it looks amazing. You have spent months, even years to get to this point, and you are probably experiencing a combination of elation and exhaustion. Well, take a deep breath and get ready for round two, because now you are ready for the next steps: publishing and promoting your book.
manuscript editing

Life After NaNoWriMo: #BBchat Recap

Heather R. Todd joined our #BBchat to talk about how to effectively navigate the manuscript editing process after NaNoWriMo, or any major writing project.
back cover book description

Four Mistakes Indie Authors Make With Their Book Description

Think of your book description as the most important sales pitch of your life. Every word must count, every idea must serve to rope readers in. Too often, indie authors fall short and lose readers to a book with better promo copy.
revising your book

Eleven Ways To Take A New Look At Your Story

Whether you're ready to begin revising your book or struggling to get to the finish line of your first draft, these exercises can help you get a fresh perspective and see your writing in a new light.
manuscript editing

You’ve Finished Your Manuscript – But Your Book’s Not Ready For Publishing

Congratulations! You succeeded in the NaNoWriMo challenge. But without a heavy dose of manuscript editing, your book isn't ready for prime time.
book promotion timeline

Budget Enough Time (And Patience) For Your Book Promotion

It’s THE question. The one I’m always asked, whether I’m speaking at author conferences or doing webinars. Though phrased a little differently each time, it goes something like this: What are the most important things that go into successful book promotion? My response is always the same – a five-part answer. The first four parts are, quite frankly, pretty predictable. The last one might come as a bit of a surprise.
improve your writing

Join BookBaby’s Twitter Chat With AutoCrit’s Jocelyn Pruemer On Oct. 21st

Want to learn more about the power of fine-tuning your sentences to improve your writing? Join BookBaby and Jocelyn Pruemer on Wednesday, October 21 at 4 pm ET for a special Twitter Q&A where we’ll talk about the best ways to find the weaknesses in your writing and how to fix them.

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