Capitalization of Titles

capitalization of titles

Topics: Capitalization of Titles; Webinars to Promote Your Books I have a confession to make. (That got you wondering, didn’t it?) No, nothing too juicy. It’s just about being an editor. Even as someone who’s written uncountable headlines for newspapers and newsletters, I sometimes have trouble remembering the rules for what’s supposed to be capitalized in a heading and what’s not. I don’t think I’m alone with that confession. If you’re a self-published author or editor, you’ve likely rubbed your noggin’ a time or two over capitalization of titles. Here are some examples of words that might or might not be capitalized in a heading. See if you can pick which of these words should be capitalized: after from out …

Getting Reviews

Need Book Reviews? Start Here Thirteen¬†Starting Points for Getting Reviews for your eBook or Print Book Email It should go without saying, you want to tap into your own email list to see who might leave a review. Business associates, connections to groups you might belong to, etc., are perfect candidates. Amazon frowns on reviews left by relatives, so if your cousin or sister with the same last name leaves a review, Amazon might pull the review or even close your account, albeit temporarily. Even without the same last name, you want to exercise caution when asking those who are close to you to comment on your book. You might want to say something along the lines of, “Please don’t …