Self-publishing used to be a last resort for aspiring authors unable to break through the traditional publishing fortress. With the help of vanity presses, those writers took matters into their own hands and brought their books to market, for a fee.
I started writing at a very young age. I wrote poems and gave it to people, I believed poems could make the world a better place and humans can be more happier. I still do. Victoria B. Willie interviews Agwam Kessington, author of The Sons Of Hades, a crime thriller published by Poemify PublishersVictoria: So can you tell us a […]
“I wanted the story to be true” said Achebe about Things Fall Apart, “How would you describe fiction as true?” the interviewer asked him. It’s our belief as fiction writers that there is a way fiction is told, that the writers are not just trying to make up stories and fables that have no relevance […]
This was my 3rd Book. A product of my curious mind and ever spinning ideas about ‘What-To-Do’ and ‘How-To-Do’ and ‘When-To-Do’. I had taken a deep dive into self publishing, initially, the swimming was cool, the river, friendly…until boisterous waves came calling. My eBooks were just there, no sales…I found a solution and thought it […]
Between author websites, blogs, publishing sites, news, literary magazines, genre sites, resource databases, and online writing newsletters and magazines, there are hundreds of sites for writers. It would be difficult to list them all. Here are the sites I frequently visit because they have publishing resources that I use for my own nefarious purposes. (Like […]