While listening to Craig Johnson on the Author Stories Podcast this week, he told Hank a story about how the show Longmire was recognized pretty often, but many had no idea it was based on his book series The Walt Longmire Mysteries. I just thought that was crazy, but it likely happens more and more […]
From a young man reading comics in Mississippi, to Navy man, to a scifi writer with a breakout hit, Drew Avera has come a long way from his first NaNoWriMo in 2012.
Forbes West is many things: controversial Facebooker, Alistair Foley suspect, screenwriter, award winning film producer, hilarious podcaster, and an exceptional author. For our first spotlight post, we’re all about scifi’s madman. Check him out.
Book are listed in multiple places on author sites – a book page, sidebar, a blog post or two. Maybe a series page. But you can update them all, everywhere, simultaneously using Enter Once. Here’s how.
ThirdScribe Member profiles do a lot more than you think.
A new and improved look for ThirdScribe Book Cards and Pages.
A great website doesn’t just look good on the outside, it also has to be easy to use on the inside. Over the last 6 months, we’ve been planning, testing, and now implementing a new author dashboard that is easier to navigate, simpler to use, and nicer to look at it.
Two years ago today, I pressed “publish” and launched ThirdScribe. I’m proud to say that it continues to grow, and we have even more planned for “Phase 3” this year.
Here’s how our 2015 went and what we have in store for 2016.
Whenever authors ask me what they should be doing to market themselves and their books, one of the first things I ask about is their email list.
Many authors make this simple mistake, and correcting it can dramatically improve their online book sales. Here’s what you have to do.