I changed up the title a little, mostly because a lot of the nonfiction books that I have lined up to read have titles that are about a mile long, and I could not find a way to list them in the title without truncating said title so much that you could not determine what book I was talking about. Anywho…
I finished up last week’s books sometime around Wednesday, and I spent the next two days thinking of ways to apply those techniques to my writing process for a week or two to see if they added to my production or subtracted from it. I will start testing those on Monday, when my writing routine picks back up. (I rarely write on the weekends. I use Saturday and Sunday to schedule announcements, format books, make book covers, and so on.)
This week, I will be reading Successful Self-Publishing: How to Self-Publish and Market your Book in Ebook and Print by Joanna Penn and Fat Girl Hiking by Juniper Shaw.
I chose Joanna Penn’s book because I am beginning to up my game when it comes to publishing, both nonfiction and fiction, and I needed more information on how to make my adventure as successful as possible. I love her podcast, and I listen to it as often as I can. Especially when I need the inspiration to get off my behind and get to work.
Fat Girl Hiking is a review request from a brand-new author. Juniper asked me to read her book and leave an honest review almost a month ago, and due to school getting out, kids in general, and life, well, I haven’t gotten to it yet. So I am adding that to my reading list for this upcoming week.
What are you planning to read this week?