6 Resources Urban Fiction Writers Can Use To Write, Market & Publish Their Books
Updated: Nov 12, 2021
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For designing your graphics for social media.
This is an email service provide and it has some powerful sequencing embedded into the software. Literally you can create your email sequencing and forget about it and go.
3 Emotion Thesaurus
This book helps you show vs tell when writing about emotions. Each section is broken down by emotion and ready for you to reword in your novel.
4 Rainy Mood
When you’re looking for ambiance, for dark dreary scenes, you can’t get better than this. It even works if you want to wash out uneven noises in your home while penning your novel.
5 The Mega Page By Page Book, Publishing & Marketing Planner
Is the only resource you’ll ever need to write, market and publish your book.
Includes: The Mega Page By Page Book, Publishing & Market Planner is a powerful resource guide to help new authors write, publish and market their books. It takes the writer/publisher on the following journey:
Book Title Elements
Book Concept Elements
Book Outline Elements
Book Blurb Elements
Book Identifiers & Publishing Services
Book Cover Elements
Inside Book Elements
Order Form Elements
Creating Your Own Publishing House Checklist
Personal Branding Elements
Marketing Elements For Online Success
To provide even more assistance, it also includes:
30 Day Book Planner
30 Day Social Media Content Planner
30 Day Journal
This is literally the only resource you’ll ever need to write, market, and publish your book.
6 Chapter Checklist 50 Page Notepad
The chapter checklist gives you a moment to see your scene and clarify what it’s actually about before writing.
For story ideas, community and more.
8 Stephen King On Writing
If you haven't read Stephen King's memoir you are missing out. it highlights in a practical way, the basic tools to write your novel. King’s advice is grounded in vivid memories, including his near fatal accident in 1999.