Good afternoon my B-E-A-UTIFUL Bookworms! ♥ ♥
Today, we’re featuring a guest post from a talented author.
Please, help me in welcoming Mr Pablo Palazuelow.
Pablo Palazuelow’s Top 10 Tips for Writing and Publishing a Book
- If your book is only going to be published electronically, make it short. Reading on a screen is less comfortable than reading hard copy.
- If you are not a well-known writer, your book should be very affordable.
- If you have a great idea, why not maximize it by planning a sequel – or even a trilogy – right from the start?
- Too many characters, too many explanations… Don’t get carried away and end up overwhelming your average reader.
- Dialogue creates the rhythm of your novel.
- Write for your audience. Who do you want to buy and read your book?
- Create your own style. If you imitate others, you’ll just watch their sales soar, not yours.
- Avoid clichés. The same old story will just get lost in the crowd or even be a bad book.
- When you’ve finished your manuscript, set it aside for a while before you review it. You’ll have better perspective.
- You’ve probably reviewed your book a hundred times but you’re bound to find more mistakes after publication. Learn how to format an electronic book so you won’t have to pay someone every time you want to correct a typo.
You can find Mr Palazuelow on various social media platforms, such as
Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads & more.
Thank you for joining us for today’s guest post.
Here’s wishing you a phenomenal day! ♥ ♥