Substack is simply an email list platform, but it’s built specifically as a monetized subscription model. It has all the traditional things a decent email platform has – analytics, list management tools. And yes, you can have a free newsletter on Substack. But the model is built to make taking payment easier.
There are two bundles available for writers for a limited time. We know it can be hard to choose between two great offers, so our team did a battle of the bundles to help you decide!
I always try to bring you the best writing and publishing deals out there. One of the reasons I do what I do is because I think publishing a book should be more accessible. I love running workshops and offering trainings for authors, and I always have my eye on that price point – I want to be sure that the lion’s share of my work is something I could have afforded when I was first starting out as a writer.
Our FAITH in our book gives us the courage to continue… however, if we aren’t doing the right things, if we aren’t making the most strategic decisions, if we aren’t powering forward in a way that puts us in a position to actually have that success, we can wind up completely exhausted, tired of saying, “it’s gonna get there!” and our faith begins to dwindle if we don’t see the results we were looking for.
For indie authors, and even those authors published by small trade publishers and hybrid publishers, knowing how to think outside of the box when marketing your book is really important.
The discussion of diversity in publishing has been happening for years behind closed doors, but 2020 was a breakthrough year in the publishing industry. There were several big “scandals” around equal pay and representation in the publishing industry that came to light, creating some really interesting conversations for those of us who care about both the state of the publishing industry AND who advocate for fair representation of marginalized voices.