Why You Need to Forget About the Amazon Best Seller List and Do This Instead
A little while back it become vogue-ish for authors to gain exposure for self-published books by gaming the Amazon Bestsellers list. As I’m about to show you, however, that’s a short-sighed way to market your book and build your brand.You Had Your Children’s Picture Book Ghostwritten, Now What?
Hiring a ghostwriter to write your children’s book can be a little nerve-wracking, but the uncertainly of what happens after the book is written can also cause some anxiety. This article gives an overview of what to expect and what you need to do to get your ghostwritten book published.Should Self-Published Authors Forget the Paperback and Focus on eBooks?
Most self-published authors release a print and eBook version of their book. But does this make sense financially? In this article we explore the costs dynamics between eBooks and hard copy books.Why You Should Pay for Good Books
You don’t always get what you pay for when buying books. The first few pages will tell you if you are buying a book crafted by a skilled writer.What Are the Pre-Production Stages in Publishing a Book?
What is the process for publishing a book? Surprise! It’s not as complicated as you think.Owning Your Own Publishing Company – It Can Be Done
Owning your own company of any kind is a challenge, but it is possible. You just have to take the right steps.How to Contact Publishers About Your New Book
Your latest manuscript is finished! Now what? Where do you go from here?The Top 4 Don’ts of Self-Publishing Your Kindle Book
Make publishing easier. Discover 4 pitfalls to avoid when you are publishing your book to Kindle.The Rise of “Indie” in Publishing
What does “indie publishing” mean? How does this affect the market we now work in? The answer is complicated.Different Ways to Self-Publish a Book
So you have written a book, and are ready to publish it! But the first hurdle for any aspiring author is to get past the publishing barriers and get your book out in the world. In the traditional system, an author usually has two options to publish their book: