Books

Quit Your Day Job? Organizing Your Day as a New Full-Time Author
Quit Your Day Job? Organizing Your Day as a New Full-Time Author 1024 576 Reader Views
Becoming a full-time author is a journey that demands both creativity and organization—learn how to balance both in your daily routine. read more
Handling Criticism on Social Media
Handling Criticism on Social Media 1024 576 Reader Views
Mastering the art of handling criticism on social media is essential for both your professional journey and emotional well-being. read more
Press On: The Lasting Relevance of Press Releases for Authors
Press On: The Lasting Relevance of Press Releases for Authors 1024 576 Reader Views
In a media landscape that’s constantly evolving, you might question the value of a traditional press release. Yet, this long-standing promotional tool continues to deliver results, perfectly complementing today’s diverse array of publicity channels. read more
Three Most Important Components for Publishing an E-Book
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In the ever-changing world of digital publishing, knowing how to navigate from manuscript to e-book is essential. This article breaks down the three key components that make for a professionally produced e-book. read more
Craft a Book Blurb That Sells
Craft a Book Blurb That Sells 650 400 Reader Views
Let’s be honest, we often judge books by their covers, but what truly seals the deal is the book’s description. This seemingly simple text serves as your elevator pitch, enticing readers to step into your created world. Crafting a compelling book description can make that casual browser click the “Buy Now” button. read more
Social Media’s Influence on Reading Habits: Pros and Cons
Social Media’s Influence on Reading Habits: Pros and Cons 650 400 Reader Views
Last week, we explored the world of mindful reading. Today, we shift gears to examine an unavoidable aspect of modern life—social media. In my work at Reader Views, I’ve observed firsthand how these platforms can both boost and challenge our reading habits. So, how exactly does social media impact the books we pick up—or don’t pick up? read more
Mindful Reading
Mindful Reading: Immersing Yourself Fully in the World of Books
Mindful Reading: Immersing Yourself Fully in the World of Books 650 400 Reader Views
Today we’re diving into a topic close to the hearts of all book lovers—how to truly get the most out of your reading experience. Reading isn’t just about flipping through pages and reaching ‘The End.’ It’s an opportunity for deeper understanding, emotional connection, and yes, even personal growth. read more
Nurturing an Author’s Legacy Through Perseverance: A Journey of Love and Resilience
Nurturing an Author’s Legacy Through Perseverance: A Journey of Love and Resilience 1024 576 Reader Views
Tine Gregory embarks on a tender journey to honor her late son, Bastian Gregory, by promoting his book, “Aboard the Timeline.” In this article, she intertwines the challenges of book promotion with her personal journey of remembrance and healing. read more
Defeating Reading Slumps
Defeating Reading Slumps: A Novel Approach
Defeating Reading Slumps: A Novel Approach 1024 576 Reader Views
Ever found yourself in a reading slump? You’re not alone. It’s that bizarre phase when the act of reading feels more like a chore than a joy. A reading slump isn’t just a lack of interest in reading. It can be a mix of mental fatigue, external stresses, and even an overexposure to repetitive storylines. It’s the reader’s equivalent of writer’s block! read more
Market Your Socks off Without Getting Cold Feet
Market Your Socks off Without Getting Cold Feet 1024 576 Reader Views
Today author Kathryn Elizabeth Jones shares her candid journey through the often intimidating world of book marketing. Drawing from her personal experiences, she provides practical insights and creative strategies for both new and seasoned authors. Get ready to shed your fears, embrace innovative marketing techniques, and promote your work with confidence. read more