[Guest Post 004] Five Reasons You Should Collaborate With Other Authors with Bryan Cohen

In Guest Blog, Uncategorized by Simon Whistler14 Comments

From Simon: Bryan was a guest on the podcast back in episode 42. Since then he’s gone on to start his own podcast, the Sell More Books show, which has been a fantastic addition to the self-publishing podcast scene. He’s also organized numerous Facebook events, which have proven to be an amazing way for authors to cross promote their books …

Simon Whistler[Guest Post 004] Five Reasons You Should Collaborate With Other Authors with Bryan Cohen

[Guest Post 003] Copyediting Essentials (and Why Every Author Needs a Copyeditor) with Blake Atwood

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From Simon: Producing a professional book is one of the keys to success in self-publishing. Any book put out by a large publisher will have had a comprehensive edit, and you should do the same if you want to produce that can compete with the best of them. That why, this week I invited Blake Atwood to come and do …

Simon Whistler[Guest Post 003] Copyediting Essentials (and Why Every Author Needs a Copyeditor) with Blake Atwood

[Guest Post 002] How to Get the Work Done Efficiently (Even if you have a day job!) with Stacy Claflin

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From Simon: Sometimes I’ll have a guest on the show who seems to have 30 hours each day. I’m often amazed by how much they manage to publish despite having a dozen other commitments. This weeks guest post is from Stacy Claflin, who is one of those people. This post will absolutely inspire you to get so much more done. …

Simon Whistler[Guest Post 002] How to Get the Work Done Efficiently (Even if you have a day job!) with Stacy Claflin

[Guest Post 001] World Building: Everybody’s got to live somewhere, right? With Alida Winternheimer

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Today I am delighted to usher in a brand new element of Rocking Self-Publishing. Guest posts. In case you missed me bringing these up on the podcast last Thursday, I’m doing this so that RSP can provide really in depth information on a specific element of writing, and the business around books. Today’s post is by Alida Winternheimer.

Simon Whistler[Guest Post 001] World Building: Everybody’s got to live somewhere, right? With Alida Winternheimer