As an indie author, it’s super important to get reviews on my books. Support, in general, is great; tweets about my books, photos of it on Instagram, I love it all! In order to support an indie author and allow us to continue writing books you, as the reader, must tell other people about our books so we can continue to write and thrive as authors. What’s the holy grail of supporting an indie author? Book reviews!
We’ve all been new writers at some point. Or maybe you’re a new writer now. If that’s the case then start taking notes, because today I’m going to talk about the things you shouldn’t be doing and what you’re going to do to avoid making that mistake again. Even if you’re a writing pro, there’s always more to learn. And if you’ve already learned your lessons, well then today you’re just going to look back and cringe at all the mistakes you may have made when you were a budding writer.
Have you ever thought about the writing perspective for your novel? Each person has a different writing style and part of that writing style has to do with the writing point of view you use. Today I’m teaming up with Pramika, a fellow writer on YouTube, to talk about our different preferences when it comes to writing POV’s as well as a basic grammar lesson on the different point of views. Be sure to check out Pramica’s video here!