Techology disruption is a relentless, implacable, accelerating force unto itself. We embrace it for its benefits without understanding their consequences.
Archives for December 2015
Although I am working on books today, I’m also off running around doing errands that must be done before the end of the year. It’s our annual holiday break, after all. We’ll be back with one more post this year, watch for it on Wednesday. I guarantee it will give you something to think about, […]
Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies Issue #63 including articles by Carla King, Jason Smith, Jessica West, and many more
Note: This message is just as accurate today as it was when I first wrote it for the 2012 holidays. Here it is again, updated for today—enjoy. Happy Holidays! The holiday season is a time when we reflect on our activities and the many relationships we have with family, friends, colleagues, peers, mentors, staff, and […]
What ebook retailers and distributors should you consider selling your ebooks through?
Welcome to the e-Book Cover Design Awards. This edition is for submissions during November, 2015. This month we received: 109 covers in the Fiction category 17 covers in the Nonfiction category Comments, Award Winners, and Gold Stars I’ve added comments (JF: ) to many of the entries, but not all. Remember that the aim of […]
Blogs for Self-Publishers, December 12 – 18, 2015 including Helen Sedwick, Lindsay Buroker, Dan Wagstaff, Martha Conway and Sandra Beckwith
You need to be able to create an emotional connection with your reader – often before they’ve had a chance to read your book. Here’s how to build your author brand.
A few months ago Gloria Quintanilla from Peecho.com contacted me, and asked for an interview. Peecho is an interesting solution to the problem of communicating and selling globally online, but producing printed products that have to find their way to the buyer in the real world. They call it a “global cloud print network” and […]
Blogs for Self-Publishers, December 5 – 11, 2015 including Anne R. Allen, Nina Amir, Orna Ross, Dan Blank and Lynne Cantwell