Nink ~ NFT 101: Is It Time for Authors to Add an NFT to the Bottom Line?

When I was a newly published author, marketing to readers was mostly done blindfolded. Authors created swag to give away at events, to bookstores, and to libraries: branded pens, sticky notes, calendars, bookmarks, etc., and handed them out far and wide [...]

By |2022-08-03T17:59:56-04:00August 5, 2022|August-2022, Nink|Comments Off on Nink ~ NFT 101: Is It Time for Authors to Add an NFT to the Bottom Line?

Nink ~ To Pseudonym or Not to Pseudonym: A Question of Usefulness

George Orwell was a big liar. So was George Elliot. And Dean Koontz. And all three of those nefarious Brontë sisters. And Mark Twain. And Agatha Christie. And George Sand. And Nora Roberts, of course. And that most insidious of liars, [...]

By |2022-07-04T17:54:58-04:00July 19, 2022|July-2022, Nink|Comments Off on Nink ~ To Pseudonym or Not to Pseudonym: A Question of Usefulness

Nink: When to Form a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)

Writing a novel and determining how to publish it—whether through an agent, a publishing house or independently—is daunting enough, but should an author also create a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)? Michael Banner, founder of an LLC filing service and multi-published author [...]

By |2022-06-13T23:44:50-04:00June 13, 2022|June-2022, Nink|Comments Off on Nink: When to Form a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)

Nink: Authors Can’t Do It All Alone… Luckily They Don’t Have To: How & Why All Authors Should Grow Their Publishing Team

This article, written by Kate Tilton is from the April 2020 edition of Nink, the monthly newsletter of Novelists, Inc.  (NINC). Nink, which is packed each month with informative articles for career novelists, is a benefit of NINC membership.  When publishing a book, an [...]

By |2022-08-04T01:49:30-04:00April 5, 2020|April-2020, Nink|Comments Off on Nink: Authors Can’t Do It All Alone… Luckily They Don’t Have To: How & Why All Authors Should Grow Their Publishing Team
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