Understanding Microsoft Track Changes Microsoft Word’s Track Changes feature is an enormously useful took that’s generally still poorly understood, and underutilized, by authors. Whether you want to track your own changes for yourself, implement changes from an editor, or get feedback on your ideas, tracking changes will make your life easier once you learn the […]

Posted on April 23, 2019

Finding a Book Club

Obtaining Book Club Reviews It’s a common theme in self-publishing struggles—it’s never been easier for you to publish a book—but the same goes for everyone else. Book marketing is another area where it pays to do some research and get creative, since so many competing authors will simply put their book out into the world […]

Posted on April 9, 2019

Plagiarism

What is Book Plagiarism With so much digital content published on a regular basis, it’s more important than ever to ensure your self-published writing isn’t inadvertently plagiarizing another author. It’s easier than you might think to fall into the trap of accidental book plagiarism. While the biggest risk is for authors writing content heavily dependent […]

Self-Publishing Business Plan These days, publishing a book is incredibly simple. But publishing a successful one is not. Just because you can publish your book with no help from experts doesn’t mean that you should. Have you thought about a self-publishing business plan? In this past December’s EliteWire podcast, Izzard Ink founder Tim McConnehey spoke […]

Are you ready to invest in self-publishing your book, but aren’t sure how to make the best use of your budget? Self-publishing your book properly, with a team of experienced experts, is always an investment. There’s no way around the fact that unlike traditional publishing, self-publishing the right way begins with an investment on the part of […]