Each time I try to do it right, I fail myself. I’ve tried all I could but I keep getting it wrong. The other day, someone’s comment on my wall made me want to give up writing but I told myself I would write again and again and again but I keep failng and failing … Continue reading Writing Is Not For Little Children
For the first time ever, Social Media Week will take place in Africa. From 18 to 22 February 2013 Social Media Week will hold in Lagos bringing together thought leaders, creatives, entrepreneurs and everyday citizens from Nigeria -and throughout the continent and the diaspora – to explore how people and organizations are connecting to share … Continue reading Social Media Week
Writing and selling a book successfully must be about one of the most difficult professional tasks in today’s competitive world. As I have found out from my own experience there are many things that can prevent you from hitting it big as an author and bad marketing is one of them. Creating a bestseller doesn’t … Continue reading How to achieve financial success when self publishing
August 2010, Dear Myne, Congrats on your one year anniversary, it actually looks like I’ve been reading Myne Whitman for like 3 years, I have been meaning to ask, how do I go about being/learning to be an author, its not like I consider myself much of a good writer, but good or not, I … Continue reading How can I get published?
So I often receive emails from various people. Some of the mails are just to say congrats, ask where they can get my books, and so on. But a lot of the emails are usually asking about blogging or self-publishing, and I have decided to start a series here and share some of these information. … Continue reading Authorhouse will publish my books without reading?
First Published in the Vanguard Newspapers, Sunday May 15, 2011. As the Nigerian International Book Fair began in Lagos, Nigerian born but United States of America based writer and book promoter discusses how the new forms of social media can help to drive the future of book culture, market and promotion. The Nigerian International Book … Continue reading Social Media and the future of books in Nigeria – Myne Whitman
As most of you know, Naija Stories was set up based on my experience writing my blog and publishing my book, A Heart to Mend online. I felt I had something to offer as a way of giving back to the upcoming Nigerian writing community through my editing/writing expertise and my experience in the use … Continue reading Introducing the Publishing Tips Category