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Need vectors for a book cover or promotional material? Then check out VectorGrove, a royalty-free platform with flexible licensing. This AppSumo lifetime deal gives you

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“Writing Craft for Indie Authors” will be in the spotlight Saturday, Oct.23, when #SelfPubCon21 gets underway. There will be 24 online self-publishing presentations and panels

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Websites Worth a Look


Kindlepreneur is a website devoted to helping self-published authors sell more books by optimizing online marketing tactics. It’s the brainchild of Dave Chesson, who also

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IngramSpark on YouTube

IngramSpark is an award-winning self-publishing platform. Its YouTube channel provides wide-ranging offerings from industry news to interviews with bestselling authors and from tips on print

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ACX for Authors

ACX is a marketplace where authors, literary agents, publishers, and other rights holders can connect with narrators, engineers, recording studios, and other producers capable of

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Fiction University

Fiction University’s founder Janice Hardy embraces the show-don’t-tell philosophy on her award-winning website. The nearly 3,000 articles on the blog provide tips and advice to

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From the website:   DIY MFA is the do-it-yourself alternative to a masters degree in writing … one that could help busy writers get the

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Write Now with Scrivener

The team that makes Scrivener has started a monthly podcast. Here’s the description: “In Write Now with Scrivener, journalist Kirk McElhearn interviews writers of all

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