Profile cover photo
Profile photo
The Writer's Ally
4 followers -
Helping you put your best word forward.
Helping you put your best word forward.

4 followers
About
The Writer's Ally's posts

Post has attachment
"Audiobooks are the fastest-growing sector of the entire publishing industry. Statistics put forth by the Association of American Publishers show ebook sales down 19.2% and audiobook downloads up by 31.1% from 2015 to 2016...Eager entrepreneurs, however, may dive in headfirst without giving sufficient forethought into how this unique tool can best be leveraged."

Post has attachment
Pay attention to the best stories, and you’ll notice how (unlike life) they flow smoothly from start to finish, with the only interruptions provided (intentionally) to challenge the characters. Pay attention to the best nonfiction, and you’ll notice something similar: it starts by explaining the context to orient you, musters the knowledge you’ll need to understand the author’s argument, and then guides you smoothly through a logical sequence that lets you grasp the author’s argument and decide whether it persuades. In both cases, the author clearly knew where they were going, and wrote in a way that would get you to that destination efficiently. They did that by creating a kickass outline.

Post has attachment
How to Use Point of View To Stop Overwriting Now

Post has attachment
"Looking at all the above factors, CreateSpace – for the moment at least – still presents a few more advantages, though they are slowly eroding as KDP Print keeps adding new features in the coming months."

Post has attachment
How to Outline Your Way to a Better, Stronger Book

Post has attachment
The Essential Guide to Promoting Nonfiction Books on Goodreads -

Post has attachment
"The only thing I know with any real certainty is that “Write what you know” is like a balloon. Colorful exterior. Hollow center. Essentially weightless and easily popped. Based on my experience, I recommend that you write what you feel. "

Post has attachment
"As an author, you will encounter many different types of readers over the course of your career. Some will turn into adoring fans; others might remain a mystery. Here are five types of readers you’ll probably come across."

Post has attachment
9 Editing Tips to Make You a Better Nonfiction Writer | Nonfiction Authors Association -

Post has attachment
How to Easily Start Writing Your Book Proposal
Wait while more posts are being loaded