With JD&J, I got to choose between four mock-ups and then work with them on unlimited revisions. They have the best customer service of any company I've ever worked with!
For a sample of Aerulus's formatting services, check out Amazon's "look inside" feature for a glimpse of my book map, chapter heading illustrations, and drop caps.
With the weekly workbook and tutorials, I felt like I learned and achieved massive website success without the overwhelm. I 100% recommend Brittany Wang's Author Website Bootcamp!
I work with several editors for developmental editing, line editing, copy editing, and proof reading. For recommendations, please email me!
Kim has lots of advice on all aspects of writing, and she does a great job of sharing her experience writing, querying, landing an agent, getting a book deal, and being traditionally published.
I'll be adding more traditional publishing resources as I pursue traditional publishing this year. Check back soon for updates!
This is the blog that got me started writing seriously in 2015. Christine deconstructs Harry Potter, Twilight, and The Hunger Games to find the common denominators in their success.
KM is the master of story arcs, character arcs, outlining your novel, structuring your novel...all the developmental stuff. She has lots of fantastic resources on her website as well!
I have learned everything I know about independent publishing and authorprenuering from Joanna! She has just the greatest accent and a wealth of knowledge she is eager to share.
I listened to the audiobook six times in two weeks and filled pages and pages with business ideas! This book is currently my top recommended read for author entreprenuering.
Shayla of Curiouser Editing is a fountain of information. I receive a lot of email newsletters that I don't have time to check, but I always read hers!