An ebook is just a website in a box. In order to know how to get in and edit your ebook, knowing some HTML, the basic building blocks, is essential.
Archives for September 2016
Back in the 1990s Jill and I operated our own small press publishing company and, at that time, there weren’t millions of authors self-publishing their books, there weren’t services where you could buy editing, book design, production, or any of the essential services that are readily available to us today. That’s because books were almost […]
Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies Issue #72 including Judith Briles, Jordan Smith, Kimberley Grabas, Robin Cutler, Carla King, and more
How you move through scenes and chapters is part of the art of writing. It dictates the flow, or pace, of your work. Have you mastered the art of the scene?
e-Book Cover Design Awards, August 2016 including
Blogs for Self-Publishers, September 10 – 16, 2016 including Frances Caballo, Porter Anderson, Cate Baum, Chris Syme and Dan Wagstaff
Here are some of the recent announcements in the publishing world and what they mean to us here in the self-publishing business.
On Saturday I was lucky enough to return to the San Francisco Writing for Change Conference. This is one of my favorite writer events of the year. It’s limited to 100 attendees, and we spend the entire day in the same room together which creates a real feeling of community. Also, all these writers, no […]
Blogs for Self-Publishers, September 3 – 9, 2016 including Amy Morin, Aimee Coveney , Kristen Lamb, Mike Shatzkin and Hugh Howey
Every author has a bucket list of things to do “right” to avoid book publishing blunders, bloopers and boo-boos along the way.