I ran across this post through Ryan Lanz’s A Writer’s Path and I saw some intersection with tips David Wogahn provided at our last meeting. I asked the author, Hope Ann, for permission to repost it. Hope Ann is a Christian fantasy writer who has self-published two novellas http://www.writinginthelightpublishing.com/my-books). She has been writing for five years and enjoys retelling fairy tales, creating worlds, making fun of clichés, and blogging (https://authorhopeann.com/). You can claim a free copy of her Beauty and the Beast retelling at http://www.writinginthelightpublishing.com/rose-of-prophecy.
SDW/EG member and newsletter editor, Laura Roberts, shared the following thoughts about Monday evening’s presentation by David Wogahn on her blog, Buttontapper Press. Because she said it so well, I’m letting her words speak for themselves.
Last night I attended the monthly meeting of the San Diego Writers and Editors Guild. The guest speaker was David Wogahn, author of Register Your Book: The Essential Guide to ISBNs, Barcodes, Copyright, and LCCNs. He spoke about metadata, which is information about information, in relation to publishing and marketing books, packing in a ton of information in just an hour. Here are my Top 10 Takeaways from his speech: Read more. . .