This article is fairly amusing. The author notes how ridiculous the recent fight between two 36 year olds was and how much attention it gained, and asks how book publishing could have the fight of the century. They then list a few different ways to stir the pot. First they list hoaxes, followed by plagiarism [Read More…]
Hybrid publishing is the act of trying to get published in multiple formats, be they magazines, journals, e-books, or blogs. There’s nothing wrong with self-publishing as a traditionally published writer just as there’s nothing wrong with becoming a traditionally published writer after self-publishing. The important thing is to know where to go with your material. [Read More…]
One of the biggest decisions to make as an author is whether to sell your eBook on Amazon, your own website, or both?
Getting your book written about in The New York Times is still the biggest prize for authors, but it’s also the most difficult one. Here’s some tips on how to make it happen!
In this article, an author explains how and why he decided to write and publish four books in only six months. It wasn’t for the money, or for the sake of getting his name out, he said it should happen when an idea hits you that you can’t stop thinking about. He explains how he [Read More…]
If you work in the academic publishing arena and are looking to utilize the e-book format, this list of style manuals may prove very helpful to the type of writing you are doing. Whether it’s historical, journalistic, or medical journal writing you are doing, this list will point you in the right direction for your [Read More…]
Self-publishing has never been easier. Gone are the days of acquiring a literary agent and editor. We now live in an age of digital self-publishing, and there’s no better medium to do it through than Amazon’s Kindle.