Author Archives: Thrivelearning

About Thrivelearning

Telling people what I know that might be useful to them. Just another geek blogger trying to make a living through online training, online business, and dropshipping affiliate marketing - among other things interesting...

Collected How-To’s on Writing and Publishing Your Ebooks

Finally wanting to publish this a growing list of tips and tricks which I hadn’t put in any book or told anyone in particular about writing, publishing, and marketing books. These are in note form and may or may not flow from one to the other. (They might even seem to repeat…) I’ll post this when thing quit “bubbling up” – so you have the complete collection. Continue reading

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Self-Publishing News: Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Another Midwest Journal Writers’ Club Selection About this book: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an 1865 novel. Written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. It tells of a girl … Continue reading

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Why study classic fiction? To improve your real-world results. The point of republishing classic fiction is more to help authors improve their craft than trying to “make money” republishing books already in the public domain. And so a Writers’ Club was born… via Storify — July 24, … Continue reading

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