Here are some sites I find help for those wishing to publish -- either self or actively engaged in query pursuits! Other advice? Feel free to share in the comments section!
Because this refers to Star Trek (and its true too):
4 Things STAR TREK Can Teach Us About Writing: http://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/there-are-no-rules/4-things-star-trek-can-teach-us-about-writing?et_mid=626972&rid=233468666
4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Publishing Your First Novel:
For those going eBook like me --
20 Free Sites Where You Can Promote Your eBook:
From best-selling author Michelle Moran's website and shares such great advice:
Information for Writers:
Other writing advice to keep in mind:
Avoid the Sagging Middle in Your Next Novel: Lessons from Season 3 of The Walking Dead
I'll be honest, I do not watch the Walking Dead, but I thought this was a good article nonetheless!
And for those who have a social presence:
The Social Media Mistake All Authors Should Avoid:
Websites that will review your e-book to add some buzz for your work:
8 Twitter Resources for Authors:
Just released December 2016: "The Forgotten" volume 2 "Heir of the Heretic"
Reviewed and awarded the
2016 Indie Editor's Choice
by the Historical Novel Society.
Long listed for the Historical Novel Society 2017 Indie Award.
Goodreads profile at: https://www.goodreads.com/JElse