8 Tips that Kill Great Writing
By Micah Channing
The clock struck midnight and 2015 is over. Happy New Year and Welcome to 2016!!
For those authors who put in the time and effort to publish I say — congratulations and bravo! And for those who fell short of this goal — or had a longer timeline in mind — I salute you for your continuing efforts.
There may not have been enough time to get your book published last year. Yet, you have ample time for a quality investment towards your self-publishing success for 2016.
All you have to do is click here It’s a link — and very blatant plug — for the Purpose Publishing blog. At the end of 2015, we made the decision to devote more time and resources to building up our blog content. Our work paid off — our web traffic stats show it’s now one of the commonly visited blogs in the self-publishing ecosphere.
Every few days we’re adding new and insightful content to the blog. Our in-house writers — Micah Channing, Rosalind Bauchum, Stephanie Bauchum and myself — all contribute posts along with special guest articles from some of our friends that support indie publishing including Katina Long, Leon Sariah, Juliano Rivera and others.
From writing and editing tips, to book cover design and formatting concepts, to marketing and promotion ideas, our blog is becoming a tremendous resource for writers from around the country who are united towards a common goal: Becoming a self-published author.
So I invite you to spend a few hours on the Purpose Publishing blog as you’re coming up with your New Year’s resolutions. These are resolutions you can keep!
On behalf of everyone at Purpose Publishing, I wish you all a Happy New Year, and may 2016 be the year when your publishing dreams come true.
To Your Success,