Is it just me? I logged into my KDP dashboard last night and noticed a new feature - "historical" sales. This is something authors have been crying out for so it's brilliant that Amazon have listened. It's also great for me because I was able to count up my all-time sales from back in 2013... Continue Reading →
I recently read a post on Facebook by one of my favourite historical fiction authors, where he said he can't wait to get the manuscript for his new book back from the copy-editor. His copy-editor is a historian - a scholar - so any mistakes the author made will be picked up on and fixed... Continue Reading →
Sorry, if you were looking for a definitive, comprehensive guide on how to price your ebooks I'm afraid you've come to the wrong place. Because, just like art and magick, there's no one right way to do things - it's about experimentation and finding a balance that works for you. So, rather than me being... Continue Reading →
In the end, although Rise of the Wolf has been sitting at number 1 in the "Historical biographical fiction" chart on Amazon UK for a few days now, it did NOT make that big, day one leap that I'd prayed for.
Today I'm talking to the guys that have created all of my fantastic covers. If you're an indie author and need a striking image that will attract readers then you should really check this out and get in touch with More Visual Ltd once you've read the interview! First of all, you're a two-man team, is... Continue Reading →
Take a look, this time the question is "should I self publish?" with some tips on how to get started. https://www.writersandartists.co.uk/writers/advice/678/self-publishing/considering-self-publishing/