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Note - This page is also available on my selfpublishing website, www.selfpublishingsuccessfully.com.

Today's publishing world is continually evolving. There is so much information out there it can be daunting when searching for quality advice and information. 

I've researched, compiled and borrowed the useful and informative website links below to share with other writers. My writing has been published traditionally and independently and I've learnt a lot along the way, thanks to many of these websites. 

Hopefully, they will help you in some way, or provide you with inspiration. Please share this page with your networks and subscribe via the tab above. 

I hope you find these resources valuable and best wishes for your own writing journey.  




Best Self-Publishing Sites/Blogs + Twitter

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Publishing Tips

By Its Cover by Deborah Hawkins  
Choosing an Epublisher by Writers Write Staff 
Covers Sell Books by Dan Poynter


Blogging

 Interesting Websites

Adazing (Recommended)


Promotional Sites For Your Books (from Indies Unlimited blog)

http://www.ebookbooster.com/  (they have a list of sites on their home page)

Now, write.


Literary Magazine Markets

As the title above implies . . .

Reblogged (and slightly rearranged, alphabetically) from Clifford Garstang's fabulous blog/site here. There is also another excellent list/resource here at http://www.everywritersresource.com.





Chelsea
Doubletake
Isotope
King’s English
Ontario Review
Paper Street
Rivendell



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