The internet is full of helpful articles recently, and many of them offer simple checklists to guide you.
*The Writing Game: A Collection of Advice and Clever Tips for Writers of all Genres
Every writer has a set of tricks to help navigate through thorny spots in the writing process. Maybe some of them will help you, too. Today's article deals with creating the back cover copy for your book. The back cover is what most readers see first, and sometimes they never look further. Here are seven secrets to doing it right.
Find it at: http://www.scoop.it/t/the-writing-game
*Self-Publisher: How To Be Your Own Publisher without Going Bankrupt
Current views and helpful tips from authors who have switched to self-publishing. Today I have fifteen questions to ask yourself if you are considering self-publishing. It's not for everyone, and certainly not for someone who just wants to do it cheaply and quickly.
Find it at: http://www.scoop.it/t/self-publisher
*The Historian's Point of View: The Experiences of the Past, Seen through Current Events
On this site, I'll be gathering articles about the craft of history -- new discoveries, new methods, new controversies. Today I posted a new use of x-rays to penetrate ancient documents that are too fragile to open. Great news for those whose evidence is recorded on papyrus.
Find it at: http://www.scoop.it/t/the-historian-s-point-of-view