Tag Archives: indie publishing

Your Support Needed – Help Us Make Version 2.0 Even Better For You…

As you may know we’re busy building out Version 2.0 of iWRR based on all the insight we’ve gained from Version 1.0. To support this development process we’d love to hear from you all. Continue reading

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Announcing “Project Anatole” – iWriteReadRate v2.0 – the social place to discover new stories

We’ve been a little quiet recently, but rest assured we’ve been very busy! We’re building a completely new version of iWriteReadRate utilising everything we’ve learnt with our v1.0 site currently online. We’re very excited about the plans we have, so register on our main site now to keep updated. Continue reading

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Cornerstones Mini-Critique Feedback & Advice – Perking The Pansies by Jack Scott (VoteForMyeBook Nov Winner)

This post is to share the mini-critique and writing advice from leading UK Literary Consultancy, Cornerstones, in relation to Jack Scott’s ebook, Perking The Pansies. Jack won our November 2012 VoteForMyeBook.com competition. Here’s the feedback and response from Cornerstones and Jack. Continue reading

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VoteForMyeBook.com – Jan13 Monthly Competition Winner & February Shortlist Now Live!

Congratulations to the January winner of our monthly VoteForMyeBook competition. The prize is a fantastic professional mini-critique by Cornerstones Literary Consultancy. Voted for by iWRR members, the winner this month is…drum roll please! Continue reading

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Guest Post: So Many Books, So Little Time by Melissa Foster (@Melissa_Foster)

We’re delighted to welcome Melissa Foster in this guest post for iWriteReadRate. Melissa is a bestselling author and involved in running a number of great initiatives to support aspiring authors. Thanks to her for contributing to our blog. Here she is… Continue reading

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Reaching Readers & Breaking Through The Indie Noise

It’s a crowded, busy and noisy place out there in Indie Publishing land. Here’s some thoughts from iWriteReadRate Founder, Adam Charles, on what’s happening and what you should think about as an Indie author… Continue reading

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Cornerstones Mini-Critique Feedback & Advice – The Jade Dragonfly by Caitlin McColl (VoteForMyeBook Oct Winner)

This post is to share the mini-critique and writing advice from leading UK Literary Consultancy, Cornerstones, in relation to Caitlin McColl’s ebook, The Jade Dragonfly. Caitlin won our October 2012 VoteForMyeBook.com competition. Here’s the feedback and response from Cornerstones and Caitlin. Continue reading

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Cornerstones Critique Feedback & Writing Advice – Herald of Freedom by Pip Morgan (VoteForMyeBook Sept Winner)

This post is to share the mini-critique and writing advice from leading UK Literary Consultancy, Cornerstones, in relation to Pip Morgan’s ebook, Herald of Freedom. Pip won our September 2012 VoteForMyeBook.com competition. Here’s the feedback and response from Cornerstones and Pip. Continue reading

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Interview with Tahlia Newland from Awesome Indies

We’re committed to bringing you insight from industry insiders. Continuing our interview series we’re delighted to post this interview with Tahlia Newland from Awesome Indies, who are focused around quality books by independent authors. Their aim, similarly to ours, is to “promote professional standard indie published books.” Continue reading

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