Pressbooks review

Pressbooks review

Pressbooks is an online platform that allows you to create multiple books for digital and print. I’ve been a bit of a fan for many years now and still use it for most of my books. If you’re familiar with WordPress then you’ll recognise the dashboard...
7 Powerful Components of a Great Author Website

7 Powerful Components of a Great Author Website

Your author website is an essential component for any writer or indie publisher and should be seen as the jewel in the crown in which to send traffic. With your own website, you have full control and won’t be left exposed to sea changes in the social media...

Reedsy Review: Editor and Marketplace

The Reedsy platform offers an exciting eco-system for authors to help craft beautiful books. There are two main focal points: the first is the editor and the second is the marketplace. Both are offered in a slick user-friendly interface that makes it easy to find...
Platforms to crowdfund your writing

Platforms to crowdfund your writing

When I first discovered Patreon, a platform helping creatives regain financial freedom, I was transfixed. Here was a way to offer content through a membership model for supporting patrons (or Patreons) to access by either each creative ‘thing’ or on a monthly basis....
Notes on the 20 Books to 50k London Conference

Notes on the 20 Books to 50k London Conference

I spent most of January back in my home city of Bristol, partly to connect with the vibrant writing meetups that take place and re-connect with some old faces but also to travel down to Runnymead on Thames for the recent 20books London event in early February. In case...

Using ACX for Audiobooks

We have been working hard to produce another audiobook in a series to beef up our fiction imprint offering and give readers a different way of consuming our content. We’re on our third audiobook so I thought I’d report on progress so far. Once you put all that...