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:
"Lost Daughters of Avalon" is book two of the "Awakenings" series.
"Descendants of Avalon"
Released via Inklings Publishing
("The Forgotten" volume 2)
Reviewed and awarded the
2016 Indie Editor's Choice
by the Historical Novel Society.
Long listed for the Historical Novel Society 2017 Indie Award.
a sci fi novella
released July 31, 2018.
*2nd Place contest winner*
"Journey into the Fantastical" Anthology
Goodreads profile at: https://www.goodreads.com/JElse