I've been writing about sex dolls for nearly a year now. I live in America, and it appears to me that there is still some kind of negative stigma regarding doll ownership in the west. I attribute this to the way doll owners are portrayed in movies and T.V., when they're portrayed at all.
I’ve written extensively on how I sell my books to readers—how I sell a product to consumers—and I’ll add some links to the articles you need to read at the bottom of this one, but what you need to consider right now is whether or not a book blog tour is in your best interest. Perhaps, you should skip the blog tour altogether and buy ad space, but which should you choose? Where should you buy ad space?
It’s a new year. It’s 2020, and with a new year, there comes a new cycle. Everyone wants a fresh start. Everyone wants to do something new or something different. Many of you will have that famous New Year’s Resolution, and since most of my audience is comprised of writers, I wanted to provide you all with a very special first article of the year.
Wattpad is certainly a useful platform for writers. Wattpad is also riddled with fake accounts, bots, teenagers who use it to chat and role play, cam girls trying to get viewers, and people who simply post pictures. It’s a very strange platform, barely regulated, and one that I believe is less utilitarian than Quotev, but it can still be effective especially for aspiring writers. It’s also a decent place to get feedback on a work in progress.
Hello again, everyone. The last time I wrote an article about self publishing through an alternative for Smashwords, I complained about Lulu. The short version is that unless you pay for their services, which would make them a P.O.D. company who publishes your work; and as such not actually self publishing, it is not a good alternative to Smashwords.