Your Bucket List reads something along the lines of, 'Publish my own book' or 'Become a published author'. Ticking these off your Bucket List can be a lot more difficult and time-consuming than you might expect, especially when pursuing the traditional publishing route. However, this month brought on it's Spring-carrying breeze an initiative that can … Continue reading We Can Tick Off Your Bucket List for #IndieApril!
The weeks are long, some say; Monday through to Friday drags, whilst the weekend flits by in a moment, and before we know it, Monday is back again. At Notebook Publishing, we don't feel that way: the days are all amazing, full to bursting with incredible talent, beautiful individuals, and dream-chasing writers seeking to become … Continue reading Manuscript Mondays
March. It brought with it the spring. It brought new beginnings and encouraged buds to venture to the surface of tree branches. It painted greener views and allowed a sweeter scent to dance on the breeze. It marked a turn in temperatures, encouraged people to smile more easily, and directed our attention to all that … Continue reading March Update
The story of one's own life is a story most people, at some point or another, want to write. It is the most unique, and the memories are like a never-ending river, flowing right to the fore as soon as the nib touches the page (or, rather, finger touches the keyboard!). There are so many … Continue reading The Stepping Stones of This Life: Your Memoir (A Story Like No Other)
Mompreneurs; they're the business-minded mothers who juggle running their own businesses whilst also caring for their families. They juggle home-making and childcare with launching a small enterprise, and then working the long hours outside of their day job to achieve expansion and growth. And all of this is usually in pursuit of one sole objective: … Continue reading Mompreneurs: Business Women and Mothers, and How They’re Missing Out
This series of articles has focused on the Main Aim Pains experienced by authors, as identified by Notebook Publishing's Hayley Paige. This article's focus is directed towards the fourth of these, namely that of Distribution. Whenever a writer decides to undertake a new writing project, there is always the concern of not being able to … Continue reading Authors’ Main Aim Pains 4 of 5: Distribution