Guide to indie book reviewers

Let me start by saying that writing a good book is not enough. It's just the first step. After countless rounds of edits, it's time to get to the packaging part (cover, formatting, title, blurb, etc.) and then the book finally goes live to Amazon. While a good packaging can draw the reader's eye, it … Continue reading Guide to indie book reviewers

Win a $50 Amazon gift card

It's the season of giving, which is why I have partnered up with The Six Queen's Bookfair, which brings authors and readers of YA Fantasy and SF together and is giving away a $50 Amazon gift card. Click below to enter the giveaway: And here's the link to find out more about The Six Queen's. … Continue reading Win a $50 Amazon gift card

Tallahassee Writers Conference (TWC)

Last Saturday I was fortunate enough to attend the Tallahassee Writers Conference (TWC). In this post I will highlight my main takeaways and whom I think the conference is best suited for. TWC started at 8:30am and ended at 8pm on Saturday the 22nd of April. Lunch and dinner included a keynote, where authors shared their inspirational … Continue reading Tallahassee Writers Conference (TWC)

Review of Florida Writers Conference

This past weekend (20th to 23rd of October) I was fortunate to attend the Florida Writers Conference from the Florida Writers Association. You can find more information about the organization here:   The conference had a few evening workshops on Thursday and a few morning workshops on Sunday, with the main chunk of events … Continue reading Review of Florida Writers Conference

Analysing Titles – YA Fantasy Amazon top 100

Today I’m going to talk about YA Fantasy book titles. Whether you are a traditionally published author and have to discuss your title choice with a group of people from your publishing house or a self-published author, who gets to make the decision all by herself, it shouldn’t be taken lightly. The first thing a … Continue reading Analysing Titles – YA Fantasy Amazon top 100

Orlando book festival

  Yesterday, I attended the free of charge Orlando book festival. I highly recommend the event for aspiring and seasoned writers and look forward to similar events by the library of Orlando, since it provides writers with a chance to network, and ask published authors questions. Allison Brennan, a best selling Thriller writer, gave the … Continue reading Orlando book festival