Popular Short Fiction Ebook Writing Class Returns To Help Self-Publishing Authors
Information on the class is available here.
In 2018, self-publishing is an industry. Although many authors quit their day jobs to write, some are giving up to return to employment. Self-publishing has become challenging.
The reasons self-publishing is more difficult include not only the immense number of ebooks published each month, but also the fact that authors are making money. They're treating self-publishing like a business, and are spending money on promotion.
Today, authors need to advertise their books to have any hope of making sales. However expensive paid advertising is a heavy burden.
Angela says: "Changes in Facebook's algorithm have affected many authors. Their pages have vanished from their readers' Facebook news feeds. So, they need to advertise but unfortunately, Facebook advertising is very expensive."
Short fiction ebooks can help to relieve some of the burden of expensive advertising, because the major benefit of writing short fiction is that authors can use it as a form of advertising.
Of course, authors can do more with short stories and novellas than use them as advertising. In this blog post, Short Stories: 10 Powerful Ways to Use Them, Angela reveals a few of the many uses of short fiction.
"Story Power" is offered as a four-week class. Each class includes writing exercises. Students send the exercises to Angela for feedback. However, even though the class extends over four weeks, students can take the class at their own pace.
The class, "Story Power: Write and Sell Short Fiction -- Short Stories, Serials, and Series" is available now, but only for a limited time: https://www.angelaswritingclasses.com/
About Angela Booth
Angela Booth is a copywriter, author and writing coach. She offers many guides, courses and classes to help writers to develop their skills. She also offers a range of ebooks: http://www.fabfreelancewriting.com/
She blogs regularly at Fab Freelance Writing Blog, and her other writing blogs.
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Over almost two decades, the free information on Angela's blogs has helped thousands of writers to build great careers.