So many SPOILERS for Granny Starseed in this podcast so don't read further down unless you want to know more!
The original Goldilocks and Three Bears had no golden-haired child but a cantankerous old woman. Besides is Goldilocks even a fairytale? Tolkien didn't think so.
After doing some research on electronic editors, I went with the free version of Grammarly (and no I did not install it into my browser).
Episode 9 of Book Wordy: The Unreliable Narrator in literature, when it doesn't work and how to handle it as an author.
Making an audio version of your book IS expensive and it takes time (1-3 months or longer for some). For example, for Wicked Wolves of Windsor I'm estimating a cost of at least $1200 and more likely $1500.
Classifying your book properly in order to reach libraries and bookstores is an important step that can only be done through a well-trained source.
Episode 8 of Book Wordy profiles the story The Prince Learns a Lesson
In July, I ran several ads with different email newsletter groups that target readers looking for deals. Readers sign up for free to these email newsletters to receive a daily or weekly newsletter telling them about current book deals on Amazon (sometimes Barnes and Noble). Authors can advertise their book deals in them for a [...]
Foils and mirrors can build depth to your characters. Using Beta readers and their feedback to improve your story but retain your vision.
Episode 6 of Book Wordy goes into the writing aspect, foreshadowing, building tension, and clogging up plot holes.