Get Your Free “Self-Publishing Ninja Checklist”

My mentor, Kristen Joy has put together a “Self-Publishing Nina Checklist” and it is awesome! It is a 14 page organized checklist that will help you, step-by-step, to publish your book. The checklist covers everything from headshots to ISBNs to editing, to covers and more.

Image by Clker-Free-Vector-Images (2015) via Pixabay, CCO Public domain

Image by Clker-Free-Vector-Images (2015) via Pixabay, CCO Public domain

And, guess what? She is offering it for free when you sign up for her email list. Good deal, that. I can’t believe she isn’t charging for this. Trust me, the “price” of your email address is well worth it; not just for the checklist but for all the other great content she shares as well.

As for me, I am in the process of writing a grammar guide and plan to use this checklist when I am ready to publish. If you are in the process of writing a book or just about ready to get it published, I highly recommend you snag a copy of the checklist!


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Need Some Proofreading Done?

Need a proofreader and/or editor? I have put together some Fiverr Gigs to give you a sample of my work. Through Fiverr, I will edit your resume and cover letter and your blog posts. Each gig has three package options so you can customize your order. I also plan to offer other proofreading services through Fiverr shortly. Additionally, I am also testing out a custom order for any other editing/proofreading you may need.

You can access the gigs by clicking on the “check out my gigs” button above, on the side bar, or on the “work with me page.” Once you sign into Fiverr, you will be able to purchase the gig of your choice.

If you have any questions regarding any of those gigs or my proofreading services in general, do not hesitate to contact me via the contact page or email: carol (@) carolda (dot) com.

Awesome Bloggers: Rachelle Gardner

*This post is part of the write 31 days writing challenge.

Awesome Bloggers: Racheele Gardner

Rachelle Gardner is an editor, literary agent, and a publishing coach. If you are a writer, or an aspiring author, Gardner’s blog is a must read. She gives an insider’s view into the writing, editing, and publishing world. For example, Gardner gives advice on how to craft a query letter, how to find a literary agent, and of course, how to get published.

Even though Gardner’s advice is mostly applicable to authors who want to publish traditionally, it is very much applicable to those of us wishing to self-publish as well. She gives wonderful suggestions for marketing, for self-editing, for naming your book, and much more. Gardner’s blog is definitely one that you want to have in your arsenal of writing mentors/gurus.


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