BWL Art Director
Came across a couple of good posts (in my opinion anyways) that might be helpful for authors out there.
I have already shared these with the BWL authors, but I wanted to make sure BWL readers (who are also authors) get the info too.
First up are two about the dreaded book description. : )
If you are looking to do a print run of your elf-published releases, or of a release with a strictly electronic publisher, then this post about CreateSpace might be helpful to you.
Or not ... ; )
Mileage can and does vary. LOL
A while back, I posted on the Inside Books We Love blog my Top 5 website suggestions. If you haven’t read it, you can check it out here: http://bwlauthors.blogspot.com/2012/03/website-suggestion-top-5.html
One of the posts I found is a really good bit of information about Author Websites, and whether an author's website is hurting their sales.
Might be interesting reading. And for those of you who are reading it and
thinking, I can't do anything fancy, it isn't saying that. Just that it fits
your writings, and that it is, well, professional looking.
For example, Jamie Hill has a simple website (http://www.jamiehill.biz/) but it FITS her writings.
Victoria Chatham is another BWL author who has a simple, yet elegant website. http://victoriachathamauthor.com/
So it isn't anything that requires a lot of money and time.
BWL author Janet Lane Walters shared this link on her blog, and I thought some others might also find it interesting. I know I did.
Evidently there is something called a LOGLINE that we should also have for books. I've only ever been using a TAGLINE.
Hope you find it informative.
Another post I did was on some Bio suggestions. I hope I have provided some tricks and tips that you will find useful.