Writing for Money and Passion Essential Guide

Essential novel writing, web writing, screenwriting, audiobook creation guide and more on this blog.

Solutions for Novel Writing

Writing Style


Characterization


Plot Structure


Writer’s Problems


Writer’s Opportunities




Solutions for Self Publishing

Beginner’s Guide


Where to Publish your Book

Publishing your book on Amazon


Where to Publish your Book


Book Marketing


Paperback Book Production


Kindle Book Production


Book Cover Design


Creating Author Presence


Self Publishing Problems



Solutions for Web Writing

Tips for Blogging


Adsense Tips


Using Keywords for SEO


Writing Articles on Other Platforms



Solutions for Publishing Picture Books

Solutions for Publishing Kindle Picture eBooks


Solutions for Publishing Paperback Picture Books



Solutions for Screenwriters

Beginner’s Guide


Plotting your Screenplay


Selling your Screenplay


Screenwriter’s Opportunities


Writing for a Sitcom



Creating Audiobooks

Audiobook Creation for Beginners


Recording your Audiobook


Tips for Narrating Audiobooks


Market your Audiobook


Audiobooks by Charles J Harwood

1 comment:

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    The post on how I make money self-publishing has been one of the most popular on my personal blog so I wanted to update it with everything I’ve learned over the last few years. I’ve included updates on how to turn your books into a passive source of income and how to make the whole process easier.

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    I can't recommend it enough. That's how I got started almost three years ago.

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