Write It Forward - REAL Success & Profit for Writers!


Write It Forward - REAL Success & Profit for Writers!

Whether you are just getting started as a writer or are already a published author, this group is for you. It's not just about how to write, but how to earn income as an author. Join us if your desire is to turn your passion for writing into profit!

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DISC Profile Testimony Needed

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Looking to start accountability group

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How many words

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Advice for working with a publisher

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Looking for a regular blog editor

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Voiceover and narration services

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I'm a fiction writer - and I'm not afraid to admit it!!

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Are You Ernest?

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Comment by Camilla Kragius on November 9, 2014 at 10:13pm

Thank you Kimberley! 

Comment by Kimberley Wiggins on November 9, 2014 at 9:24pm
Congrats Camilla.
Comment by Camden Ross on November 8, 2014 at 7:13pm

Hi Guys,

I finally created something that might be "Pinterest-worthy"! :)

Take a look and share your thoughts.


P.S. Congrats Camilla on your ebook!

Comment by James B. Woosley on November 8, 2014 at 4:58pm

Congrats Camilla!  I did the formatting of my own book last year using CreateSpace and Kindle...maybe I could help.  Send me a note with the details (size, timeline, budget, etc.).  I can probably knock it out pretty quickly.

Comment by Camilla Kragius on November 8, 2014 at 3:39pm

I just launched my first book!!!

For now it's only available as a digital PDF download and then it will be on Amazon in December (or asap).

I had a successful Kickstarter campaign that will help fund the formatting and printing of the book but I'm still working on finding someone that can help me format it to Kindle & CreateSpace as it contains a lot of tables and I need a pro helping me (if you know of someone please let me know).

But I didn't want to wait for Amazon before announcing it. I've waited long enough to get this book done. Feels amazing! Now onto the next one (which is in editing). And quietly whispers "I'm an author!" because it still feels like a dream...


Comment by Susan C. Foster on November 8, 2014 at 9:14am

Thanks, Diane.  I added the discussion and went to your website!

Comment by Diane Krause on November 8, 2014 at 9:03am

Hi Susan -- What a great question! And one that a lot of people have. I've worked as a freelance editor for several years and I'm now expanding my business into a broader range of self-publishing services because I'm getting more and more clients who want a partner in the process. The short answer is, it's more of a personal decision about how much you want to take on. I have two active clients who understand what all needs to be done, but have made the conscious choice that they'd rather focus on the parts of the publishing process they're good at (and enjoy the most) and would prefer to hire out the parts they don't enjoy. It's been a great formula for these two, and we've forged great working relationships.

This might make for a great discussion if you'd like to post your question as a discussion here (the Add a Discussion option above this comment thread). Or, feel free to contact me directly if I can answer some questions for you. My direct email is diane(at)thedianekrause(dotcom).

Comment by Susan C. Foster on November 8, 2014 at 8:45am

This is a great cover, Carey.  To all of you who have self-published and did all the work yourself, from request an ISBN number to hiring editor, book cover, etc:  I am not great with those details.  So how hard is it?  Is it better for someone who isn't great technologically (me) to just hire a book editor that takes care of all that?

Comment by Tresaca Hamilton on November 8, 2014 at 8:05am

Hi Carey,

Thanks for sharing your book cover art resource. Your book cover looks fantastic! I wish you success with your book project.

Comment by Barry Dunlap on November 6, 2014 at 10:06am

Debra, Vincent's blog is excellent.  Be sure to catch his appearance on my podcast.


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