Four Questions Authors Should Ask Before They Publish Their Book

Four Questions Authors Should Ask Before They Publish Their Book

After finishing your manuscript and surviving the editing process, you’re probably eager to publish and understandably so. But don’t rush into the publishing process just yet! There are some important questions you should ask both yourself and your potential publishers before proceeding. 

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Need More Expenses to Pay Less in Taxes? Here’s What You Need to Know!

Need More Expenses to Pay Less in Taxes? Here’s What You Need to Know!

It’s that time of year again, and no, we don’t mean the time you start planning your resolutions. It’s tax season — one of the most difficult seasons of all. But it doesn’t have to be! You might even be paying more in taxes than you need to. A lot of us don’t realize the expenses we can write off. Here’s what you need to know!

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Your 2020 Business Plan

Your 2020 Business Plan

The new year is quickly approaching and it’s time to create a new profitable business plan. Whether you’re already an author or you have a company that you think isn’t related to publishing at all, you might want to consider adding being an author to your budget. We live in a world of consumable information – books are at our fingertips and written media is often how potential clients make purchasing decisions. Not only that but by adding a book, you increase your company’s reputation. The question now is how to include being an author in your budget and planning for 2020. Below are a few things one should expect by adding this to their 2020 plan. 

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Top 5 Book Promotion Sites For 2019

Top 5 Book Promotion Sites For 2019

If you’re a self-published author, you’re well aware that finishing your book is only half the battle. After you’ve finished writing your masterpiece, you now have to go through edits, formatting, and more. The next, most difficult step is getting others to read your book. So, how do you make sure your book gets read?  One of the most effective ways to promote an ebook is to harness the power of established book promotion sites and tap into their readership.

Below is a list of the TOP FIVE book promotion websites that we’ve seen successful results with during 2019, but we’re sure they’ll be just as successful during 2020 as well! 

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DRM: Understanding Digital Rights Management and Piracy

DRM: Understanding Digital Rights Management and Piracy

There should be no doubt piracy of your work should be a consideration before publishing it. It’s always been a big problem in the creative arts – whether it be art, music, film or books. Regardless of an author’s status, piracy is a real crime that harms authors and readers alike. It is important to understand the steps of preventing piracy and if options such as DRM are applicable to your circumstances.

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Developing Characters That Your Readers Will Love

Developing Characters That Your Readers Will Love

While this is primarily a focus for fiction writers, it is also relevant in the realm of creative nonfiction works. A lot of these tips can be applied to a memoir. Whatever your genre, you will still stay true to the story you want to tell, but you will do so in a way that can reach readers and create a story with characters your readers will never forget. 

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Goals Daily Planner by Elite Journals Hits #1 Bestseller on Amazon

Goals Daily Planner by Elite Journals Hits #1 Bestseller on Amazon

Goals Daily Planner by Elite Journals Hits #1 Bestseller on Amazon

Elite Online Publishing Launched a New Bestselling Book for Elite Journals.

Elite Journals introduced the new book “Goals Daily Planner: High Performance Time Management Undated Planner | Calendar, Gratitude & Goals Journal | Increase Productivity | Undated Monthly Weekly Day Planner | Keep Track of Daily Progress” which climbed quickly up the charts to be a #1 Bestseller on Amazon.

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What Trim Size Should Your Book Be?

What Trim Size Should Your Book Be?

The height and width of your book may not seem like a crucial detail when designing your book. But look around any bookstore and you’ll quickly realize how uniform each shel seems to be. You’ll probably also notice that each genre section of said bookstore has its own unique look and feel, including the physical size of the book. In case you were wondering what those sizes where, here is a list of the most popular trim sizes by genre, according to IngramSpark, the leading book printer in the industry.

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