Nine Tips for Protecting Relationships When You Write Biography and Memoir

There has never been an author who didn’t worry about backlash from telling their story in the history of writing biography and memoir. It would be lovely to tell stories that were free of conflict and

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Yearning for Meaning, Follow Your Bliss: Guest Post

I listen to people for a living (as well as for fun—I’m lucky that way). They tell me things, like what’s really bugging them, or their dreams, or their fears. Some express wistful desires for a

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Why Print on Demand is Crucial to Your Author Business

Print on demand, where your book isn’t printed until someone places an order, is crucial to the success of your author business. Time to market is fast, cost accompanies revenue, you have flexibility

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Your Key to Success: Self-publishing for Indie Authors

At Ingenium Books, we believe in the value of self-publishing for indie authors. Still, we recognize it isn’t for everyone. To help you decide whether self-publishing might indeed be your key to

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Seven Myths About Traditional Publishing

There are many lingering myths about traditional publishing. Many would-be published authors are blinded by the idea of an author advance, the possibility of getting into bookstores, and a bit of prestige.

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UK Copyright Law for Indie Authors

If you’re an author in the UK, you can benefit by having a thorough understanding of UK copyright law and complementary issues, and how they apply to the works you produce.

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Six Things I Bet You Didn’t Know About Canadian Copyright Law

Canadian copyright law provides authors and other creators the exclusive right to produce, reproduce, publish, or perform a work, or any significant portion of a work. There’s a lot of legal gobbledygook

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Five Simple Microsoft Word Skills for the Indie Author 

Today there are all kinds of technical, software and app options to help you plan, research and write your manuscript. But don’t forget about Microsoft Word just because it’s been around so long. It’s

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Your Nonfiction Business Book: Organize Content Around These Five Key Elements

When setting out to write a nonfiction business book, there is often a disconnect between the dream and the challenge of what, exactly, to write. Resolve this disconnect by thinking, planning, writing

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7 Super Cool Indie Author Gift Ideas That Won’t Cost You a Penny

If you have friend or family member who is an indie or aspiring author, we have some pretty good gift suggestions. Whether you’re looking for ideas for Christmas, if you celebrate, Hannukah, or for a

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