Being an author has become so much more than just being able to write a good book, especially in the indie publishing world.
If you are the least bit tech savvy in your book reading (or writing), you’ve probably heard that Kindle Unlimited is changing.
Last week we talked about the importance of having an aesthetically appealing book cover, and how a homemade cover can be a death sentence for your book.
Although it has only recently, with the advent of online purchasing and ebooks, become a household term, self-publishing has always existed as an alternative to traditional publishing. Here’s a list of some of the most influential writers of all-time who decided to self-publish.
The indie author community has always provided a strong support network but now it seems that indie authors are banding together to publish each other.
As we recently downloaded and read a book on our Kindle about book marketing, it occurred to us that as readers, there are specific things we expect from e-books.
We’ve given you a lot to mull over in recent weeks. From Intellectual Property and Copyright to an overview of your book distribution options, our posts have covered a lot of the nitty gritty details of self-publishing.
Yesterday, part 1 of Publishing Buzz: What’s Really Going on with Hugh Howey’s Author Earnings Report gave a brief overview of one self-published author’s attempt to understand the numbers behind e-book sales on Amazon.
Best-selling author James Patterson recently pledged $1 million dollars of his own money to independent bookstores all over the country.