Writers Boon in the News


  • The Write Life

    January 08, 2018

    Each year, The Write Life celebrates the 100 Best Websites for Writers, and we’re excited to be included. Writers Boon is honored to be chosen as one of the best book marketing platforms where authors can find discounted experts, tools and courses as well as plenty of tips and experienced advice.

  • Publishizer

    December 14, 2017

    Carol Vorvain, Writers Boon marketing expert, answers 3 burning questions all indie authors have:

    • Can I compete with the authors from the Big 5 publishers?
    • Can I afford to invest in book marketing after paying an arm and a leg for editors, designers and so on?
    • Are there any completely free ways to market my book?

  • No Shelf Required

    October 05, 2017

    What happens if you map the path from wanting to write to becoming a self-published author, throw in a bit of the Groupon idea, and then build a website for authors? You get Writers Boon, a one-stop guide and marketplace for indie authors trying to find their way through the maze of writing, revising, editing and publishing a book.

  • Deborah Kalb Books

    January 05, 2017

    Deborah Kalb interviews Carol Vorvain

  • Digital Pubbing

    December 19, 2016

    The process for publishing has many moving parts. In addition to writing, editing, packaging, and distributing, there’s marketing and different strategies to consider.

  • Book Machine

    December 12, 2016

    Writers Boon is a free, all-powerful platform that helps authors navigate the publishing and marketing maze, connects them with trusted resources, and saves them money by featuring offers, deals and discounts. The platform is built with Oracle technology, the world’s number one database solutions provider. Writers Boon counts about 260+ topics and 400 trusted professionals, all with exceptional reviews.

  • The Digital Reader

    November 21, 2016

    There are many sites which serve as services marketplaces where authors and publishers can hire the freelance help they need to finish a book, and most industry trade groups like IBPA and ECPA maintain a freelancer directory which fills a similar need.