Every week I’ll be adding five websites with excellent resources and interesting news for writers.
The following links contain good advice for self-publishers, from craft to marketing. If you’re a writer, you’ve probably already learned one handy skill–take what you need leave the rest.
When you get a critique or an edit, you know you should always take what they say seriously. They try to give you rules like, “no passive,” “no adverbs,” “no flashbacks.” But these are only guidelines. Sometimes your writing needs these things. As long as you know the rule you’re breaking. I think it works the same with self-publishing. A lot of people will tell you what you have to do, but you know best how to sell yourself.