Here at Abyssinian Books we believe in empowered authors. We believe in helping you write the best stories you can imagine, and connecting you to the readers that will fall in love with your characters and your worlds.
What does that mean in practice? It depends.
Done For You: Do you want everything except actually writing your stories to be done for you? If so, you’ll want to consider submitting your work following our guidelines.
Do It Yourself: Do you want to do everything yourself? If so, you’ll want to explore our writing, marketing, and branding non-fiction. Below is a continually growing list of resources curated to fast-track your learning.
Scribophile: an online community where you can share excerpts of your writing for critique, ask questions, and help each other develop your craft. This is a great place to go if you’re experimenting with styles or techniques and you want to know if your experiment works or not.
Story by Robert McKee
Dialog by Robert McKee
Write Away by Elizabeth George
45 Master Characters by Victoria Schmidt
The Worldbuilder’s Manual by A.M. Golden
Content Ideas by Genre (for your blog, podcast, or videos): ideas organized by theme to inspire your blog, newsletter, podcast, or video content.
Golden Author Branding by A.M. Golden (COMING SOON)
Color Psychology: some images to give you a sense of which colors trigger which emotions.
Social Organizer: an Airtable template database to keep track of groups, hashtags, links, and ad conversion pixels by social platform.
QR Code Generator: a website that allows you to create static and dynamic QR codes that your readers can scan using the camera on their phone to quickly and easily go to a website, share a post, and more.
WordSwag: This is an iPad/iPhone app that lets you make pretty quotes using pictures from Pixabay and pre-designed typography.
Canva: useful for designing promotional graphics with premade layouts or pre-defined standard sizes.