Katie's Notebook

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Why Authors Need to Be as Accessible as Possible

@KatieMcCoach As an author today, you know that every reader is valuable. You love your readers; you want to keep the ones who are loyal and reach new ones. That’s what promotion and growing a business is all about – reaching new consumers. That’s why it’s so important for authors to be as accessible to […]

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Self-Publishing or Traditional: Which One is Right for You?

@KatieMcCoach FOR THOSE THAT are planning to self-publish a book, you may have heard by now that self-publishing is a business. It’s your business, and treating your business with professionalism and enlisting in the required help will help your business (books) succeed. For those seeking agent representation, this idea also holds true, however a publisher is […]

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Hiring an Editor + the Different Kinds of Editing Explained

@KatieMcCoach Do you need an editor? Yes. This is the only answer. Every writer needs an editor. Editors need editors. Full disclosure: I am a freelance editor, and when I publish my book, I will be hiring a few editors as well. You read that right. Not just one editor—an entire team. Professionalism is key. […]

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Pinnacle Lust Takes Readers on a Gritty, Sensual, and Honest Journey of Lust and Love

★★★★☆ Pinnacle Lust by Michelle Dim-St. Pierre is a story of love, romance, conflict, and finding oneself. In this book the readers lost themselves, as our narrator seemed to do the same. We watched her struggle at understanding who she is with and without the men in her life. This book is gritty and sensual. […]

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Fantasy, Action, Magic, Sexy Elves, Sexy Vamps, Sanyare:The Last Descendent Has it All

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ I’d like to start this review by saying this is the best self-published book I’ve read to date. I’m crazy impressed. I hope by saying this I don’t talk the book up too much, but I want to be totally honest here – I walked away from this book thinking […]

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Taking Feedback: What to Do with Your Edit Letter

Guest post by Jeff Seymour It’s here, and by God, you wish it wasn’t. It’s like Christmas morning, if what Santa dropped off was a point-by-point list of everything you’d done last year that he liked and disliked, with special emphasis on the things you weren’t sure were good or bad but decided to take […]

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