A comparison of online conversion tools that you can use to convert your manuscript into an ebook including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo.
Archives for May 2016
Is there any subject that excites so many emotions in indie authors than Amazon? From its ever-changing programs for self-publishers to its shifting positions on book reviews, Amazon is both the democratic gateway to the biggest market of book buyers in the world, and the 800-pound gorilla overshadowing our world. Trying to figure out the […]
Blogs for Self-Publishers, April 30 – May 6, 2016 including Hugh Howey, Kristen Lamb, Penny Sansevieri, Ali Luke and Dan Wagstaff
It pays to write a great opening line that hooks your reader and yanks them into your story. A great first line serves as a promise and an invitation we can’t refuse.
Our Contributing Writers continue to provide outstanding content, help, instruction, and inspiration to readers throughout the year. It’s obvious readers appreciate this content because of the amazing level of engagement these posts receive. Now I’ve got another treat—and a bit of a surprise—for you. Although the blog has concentrated for over 5 years on the […]
Saturday was Independent Bookstore Day here in northern California, and since we were on an adventure in Point Reyes, Jill and I decided to head to Point Reyes Books, one of our favorite independent bookstores. This bookstore, on the main street of a small town on the Pacific coast, alongside the Point Reyes National Seashore, […]
Blogs for Self-Publishers, April 23 – 29, 2016 including Mark Coker, Molly Greene, Frances Caballo, Sandra Beckwith, Ruth Harris and Karen Pashley