This is a very important post for those who live outside of the US. I had no clue! Thanks Dave and Marta!
Reduce Amazon Tax withholdings by 30 percent and set up an ACX account if you’re a non-US authors and increase your Kindle royalties in 5 easy steps.
Source: Avoid the 30% Tax Withholding for Non-US Self Publishers
Is it okay to reblog a reblog?
Sure, why not.
Thank you Christopher of Storyreadingape and Wendy of Nowastedink for the writing post links!
Source: No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links
Grammarbook.com is a great resource for writers and today I learned my one new thing – the word Tautology: a statement in which you repeat a word, idea, etc., in a way that is not necessary
Dave Chesson gives some great information and links related to book copyright and a copyright page. – Thanks Dave for making it so clear!
Access our free book copyright page example as well as learn how to create a book copyright page for your book so as to protect yourself.
Source: Ironclad Book Copyright Page Examples that will Protect You!
Where Publishing Dreams Become Reality
For you screenplay (or stage play) writers out there. Some insight about the subtlety (or lack there of) of showing affection on screen from Travis Maiuro.
Source: Four Ways of Expressing Love in Your Screenplay – The Script Lab
Some good advice from Carolyn Howard- Johnson
If you can’t really afford to spend a lot on a book publicity campaign, carve out some time to do it yourself and apply these 15 commandments.
Source: 15 Book Publicity Commandments | BookBaby Blog
I don’t know if your familiar with “The Red Tent” by Anita Diamant. It came out in 1997, but I really enjoyed it. It was quite different in how it focused on the lives of the women in that era. I’d recommend it.
Source: How ‘The Red Tent’ invented a new kind of fiction | Jewish Telegraphic Agency