James C. Tanner is a highly published Canadian writer, who has written and published for over 38 years. Starting as a song writer, his first collection of over 200 lyric sets were published at age 16. He has written and taught under contract, business skills development programs for clients such as, The Government of Canada.
With a writing portfolio which includes many genres, James C. Tanner has written heavily in areas of business, marketing, psychology, personal motivation and human interest. In recent years, he has returned to one of his more favoured genres of historical fiction.
Over the course of years, James C. Tanner has published almost exclusively under pen names utilizing 5 different pen names, each assigned to specific writing genres.
Recently Released: Excelling In The Face Of Personal Chaos
In June of 2007, when tallies were gathered from all publishers, it was discovered that James C. Tanner’s monthly writings were reaching an average monthly audience of over 12 million readers.
Today, James C. Tanner lives the quiet life of a writer tucked away in the vineyard country of Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada.
Most Recent Kindle Books
by James C. Tanner
Released November of 2014
In a world where Kindle books appear to be riding the wave of popularity when compared to traditional printed books, this book touches on many of the “hot button” dilemmas facing novice and amateur writers alike.
James C. Tanner is a highly published writer with over 38 years of publishing experience. As a writer he is often asked questions about writing and the various publishing processes. In short concise responses, this book addresses the most repeated questions he receives.
A Writer’s Storm: Writing For Passion or Money, Publishing Kindle Books, Self-publishing, or Traditional Print Publishing has been purposely written in a simple, easy to understand format, so even the most amateur writer can appreciate its contents.
Topics addressed in this book include:
— Writing For Passion
— Writing For Money
— The Importance of Understanding Who You Are Writing For
— Can I Make A Living From Writing?
— How Best Can I Market My Book?
— Creating A Sales Funnel For Your Book
— Should I Publish Online Or In Print?
— When Contacting A Publisher, Should I Have A Finished Manuscript?
— How Many Pages Should My Manuscript Be?
— How Do I Find A Topic To Write About?
— How Do You Handle A Letter Of Rejection From A Publisher?
— Should I Copyright My Work?
— When Writing My Manuscript, Which Publishing Software Is Best?
— Digital vs. Print
— Understanding Digital Publications a.k.a Electronic Books
— Publishing Kindle Books
— The Importance of Promoting Your Book Online
— Traditional Print Publishing – The 3 Main Types, And How They Differ.
— How Do You Keep Yourself Motivated To Finish A Writing Project?
— Will My Book Be A Best Seller?
A Writer’s Storm: Writing For Passion or Money, Publishing Kindle Books, Self-publishing, or Traditional Print Publishing, is a great resource for any budding writer, or established writer wishing to update themselves on current trends in the industry.
Released December of 2014
Realeased January 2015
A Personal Note from James C. Tanner
I want to take this opportunity to say thank you to those who over the years have encouraged and socially supported my time spent writing. No author can exist without those who take the time to purchase what is published. A huge thank you goes out to those who have purchased in the past and will purchase in the future many of my books.
– James C. Tanner