Self-Publishing with Barnes and Noble

Barnes and Noble occupies the enviable position of the largest book retailer in the USA, explaining why many fresh entrants into the self-publishing industry choose it. If you’ve ever published with Kindle, Barnes & Noble won’t be much of a

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Facts about EPUB and Publishing with iBookstore

If you’re a self-publishing author targeting readers on iPad, learning about Apple’s standard for eBooks can prove handy in the long run. Apple has made it possible for users of its e-reading devices to access thousands of eBooks via the

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How Not to be Amateurish in Self-Publishing

How Not to be Amateurish in Self-Publishing

Self-publishing has its own perks and challenges. While being your own boss throughout the book writing process allows you to express your talents and prowess, less supervision may expose you to blunders that can hurt your business. However, you can

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Interactive Magazines: Making the Most of Them!

As we all know, our generation is seeing a transition to a mobile era, which means more and more individuals are clamouring for content “on the go”. And that means content that they can interact with. With roughly one mobile

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Self Publishing: The Canadian Landscape

As Canada surpassed the 35 million mark in its population growth in 2013, there is one very surprising statistic that might raise the eyebrows of some of our readers. Compared to the 20,000 to 30,000 books that traditional publishers in

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Self Publishing: It Shouldn’t Be “Business As Usual” For You!

Self Publishing: It Shouldn’t Be “Business As Usual” For You!

Here’s a trick question: What’s the difference between a writing “business” and an individual writer? One may be tempted to say things like: Amount of investment, or number of employees, or number of office locations. But all of those answers

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IngramSpark: The Best of Many Worlds for Indie Publishers!

IngramSpark: The Best of Many Worlds for Indie Publishers!

As an Indie publisher, you are responsible for a broad slew of activities including: a) Visualizing and conceptualizing your content b) Creating the content c) Publishing the book/novel d) Distributing your work And since you’ve chosen to “go independent”, you

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Great Expectations: What Your Decision to Become an Indie Writer Means!

Great Expectations: What Your Decision to Become an Indie Writer Means!

You’ve received an offer from a large publishing house to work as the on-staff writer for a genera that you love. But at the back of your mind, you’re also considering “going it alone” as an independent writer to pursue

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Indie Book Marketing: Tips and Techniques

Indie Book Marketing: Tips and Techniques

Congratulations! You’ve just received your first shipment of 500 books that you self published. You’ve neatly stacked them in your basement (or drawing room!), and are now ready to start marketing them. You’re excited. You just can’t wait for that

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Self Publishing Step by Step Guide : How to Break Into the Bold World of Indie Publishing

Self Publishing Step by Step Guide : How to Break Into the Bold World of Indie Publishing

  INTRODUCTION The world of authors has expanded significantly with the introduction of e-publishing. More and more writers are taking charge of their destiny, and are self publishing their titles. What this means is they are cutting out the “middle

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