Making the Leap from Blogger to Book Author gives a simple method to publish subject-oriented ebooks
Archives for June 2015
Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies Issue #57 including Samir Bharadwaj, Cate Baum, Shelley Hitz and many more
Should Writers Incorporate? by Helen Sedwick explains whether writers should incorporate or form an LLC (short for limited liability company) for their writing, blogging, and self-publishing businesses, and why.
The Email Marketing Trap Fiction Writers Must Avoid by Jason Kong explains why it is so important that the email marketing approach you take works for your situation, regardless of what it does for everyone else.
Kindle’s New Bookerly Font and Other Typography Features looks at recent changes for ebooks and e-readers
Blogs for Self-Publishers, June 13 – 19, 2015 including Lynne Cantwell, Frances Caballo, Rachel Thompson, Lorna Sixsmith and Joleene Naylor
New: The Book Launch Toolkit, A Boon for Self-Published Authors includes planning tools, worksheets, cheat sheets, and other training that will help you supercharge your book launches
By David Kudler I’m honored to have been invited to post on The Book Designer on the subject of ebooks — a subject I love talking about, having been designing ebooks since 2010. (In this industry that makes me practically an old-timer.) There are lots of very complex questions when it comes to ebooks: text […]
Our Contributing Writers continue to provide some of the most useful—and popular—posts on the blog, and I know you appreciate them as much as I do. Now I’m adding another asset to this stellar group of writers. David Kudler is a friend, colleague, and an expert provider of publishing services and a consultant to independent […]
Can Using Editing Tools Improve Your Writing? by Corina Koch MacLeod and Carla Douglas discusses various approaches and tools that you can use to diagnose problems and fix your writing when editing it.