There are several new perks available to the members of our Writers Club.
This is a quick note to let everyone know that I’ve started a new service: Book Sales Page Critique.
This service is for those who wonder if they’re receiving all the book sales they should be. The last thing every potential reader sees (before that hopeful purchase) is the book sales page, such as on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Smashwords, Apple, etc.
A Writer’s Path now provides book cover design services (among others). I’ve gathered several quality providers who all do great work.
Here are some examples (click to enlarge), although more examples exist on the main details page.
I’ve negotiated and brought on 10 new discounted services and 1 new free one on A Writer’s Path Writers Club !
Alright, folks. We have our 3 writing contest winners!
First, here’s a recap on the prizes and judges:
There’s only two more days (almost one day now) left to participate in the current creative writing contest.
I know there are many of you finishing up your story to submit tomorrow. Even if it’s not perfect, I encourage you to submit. You can’t win if you don’t enter.
Keep in mind that the prizes total $250 in cash and over $3,200 in prizes. Check the link here for more information:
Good luck everyone!
A Writer’s Path now offers author-related services. As an author, I know how it can be a pain to sort through dozens of service providers just to have your book ready for publication.
Although these services have to do with both indie and traditionally published authors, indie authors have much more to do on their own and rely on service providers heavily.
In an effort to branch out and make AWP a “one-stop-shop,” I’ve gathered together a group of highly skilled service providers from a range of services, all ready to serve this readership.
We’re less than one month away from the end of the writing contest and the announcement of the winners.
So, as many of you know, I recently hosted a few polls to gauge feedback on the posting frequency of this blog. The majority of people have said that daily posts are too frequent, and it seems every other day is preferential/better.
Title: The Sons of Hernán García
Author: Charles Ameringer
The Sons of Hernán García, by Charles Ameringer, isclassified as an Action/Adventure. However, it also reads as historical fiction. More specifically, it is a revenge-tale set in early 20th century Venezuela. The history aspect reads well, probably because Ameringer is an actual professor of Latin History, so he knows the facts of that time and place, and is able to translate it well through this story.
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