As we were finishing up publishing Write Your Book recently, I realized that we needed to add a page for the book to our blog site where we can make the forms and linked bibliography that we mention in the book available.
Self-hosted WordPress blogs like ours contain both Continue reading
As Amelia and I were finishing up the manuscript for Write Your Book, I decided to include an Amazon affiliate link in the Kindle edition and to suggest that readers share that link with other writers and share that Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) will earn a commission on the sales that result from that link being shared. I also decided to Continue reading
When you use Google to search the internet, some of the results have the author’s photo next to them—and you probably consider those results to be more professional and authoritative and click on them rather than the other results. The photo appears because Continue reading
Your favicon (favorites icon) is the icon that shows up on the browser tab when a reader visits your site (such as the book favicon on the tab when you visit my blog) and on the bookmark when they favorite your site. It is a very Continue reading