My fantasy book “The Last Families” is a dystopian story that has characters with supernatural powers. But is Fantasy the right genre? Almost after 6 months of its release, I have come to this question. Shouldn’t I have properly defined the genre before releasing the book? I supposed I should’ve. From the single instant, IContinue reading “Is Fantasy the right genre?”
Amanda Khong from the Bookish Brews website gave me the opportunity to write for her website. I wrote about my struggles with publishing in a language that is not spoken where I live and also my general struggles with self-publishing from a small Latin American country. I’m thrilled by this opportunity. I invite you toContinue reading “Bolivian Literature”
I never planned to have a third part for these series. You probably realized that I had Part one: Choosing a Print on Demand Service and Part Two: Choosing a Print on Demand service. And the result from both posts was choosing Lulu.com. The plan was that Lulu would be my chosen service for printContinue reading “Choosing a Print on Demand/ebook distribution service- Part Three”
I’m happy to announce the official release of my first fantasy novel “The Last Families”:
When I decided I was ready to publish my book, I never thought that getting reviews for the book’s launch would be that difficult. Everywhere you look for information, videos, and tutorials on what to do to launch your book, you get advice about getting early reviewers as part of your book launch “team”. We are not talking about reviews from your friend and family, but reviewers who do book reviews, have a platform of their own (a blog or social media), and can provide their honest review and have it on their platforms. The idea is to have some people talking about your work by the time the book gets launched.