January 11, 2013
December 3, 2012
The saying goes (at least I say it) that as soon as a trend makes the cover of Time, it's over. Well, self-publishing didn't make the cover, but Time did give the topic a six-page article, highlighting a few writers who say they've made hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars self-publishing ebooks. Here's just a few of my takeaways from the piece by Andrew Rice:Continue reading "Millions in Ebooks"
March 7, 2012
February 9, 2012
With all the options and advantages for self-publishing print and ebooks, authors are weighing their options these days, wondering what traditional publishers really have to offer. One consideration is selling rights.Continue reading "Reaching the World (or Not)"
January 20, 2012
January 26, 2009
The saying goes that once something makes Time magazine--be it pop trend, political trend, economic trend--it's over. For example, once Time reported the housing bubble a couple years back, it was probably time to get out of real estate.Continue reading "Time to Learn"
October 19, 2007
Vanity publishing. It even sounds a bit sleazy, doesn't it? Paying a "publisher" to print and distribute your work has always had negative connotations in publishing. If a legitimate firm won't produce your book, there must be something wrong with it. Right? Either it is commercially unviable or editorially substandard. It means someone is doing it just to satisfy their vanity.
No more. Vanity publishing has had an extreme makeover.Continue reading "Extreme Makeover: Vanity Publishing Edition"
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