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Today's guest is Karl Melby. A fellow member of Self-Publishing School, Karl is the author of the mouth-watering book: A Million Ways to Make Vanilla Ice Cream. Like me, Karl uses Scrivener. Why? Scrivener has turned my life around. I now have all my ideas collected in one place, in an easily accessible way. In just one separate Scrivener project file, all my ideas are noted. I have my categories, as chapters in a...

  There's a lot to learn with self-publishing but, if you listen to indie experts like Joanna Penn, you'll know already that one book is not enough for any writer. One book is not enough That's not because we can't stop writing. It's not because we are addicted to the process of sharing our thoughts with an unsuspecting world. No, it's because our carefully crafted book is like a balloon. We inflate it. Tie...

I blog mostly about using Scrivener, but - let's be honest - as writers, our end goal is publication and, for many nowadays, that means self-publishing. Although I've had many books published via the traditional route - you can check this out on LinkedIn - in September 2016, I self-published my EDITING The RedPen Way: 10 steps to successful self-editing. How did I do it? Read on! My first steps on the route...