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 […]
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The vagaries of the reflowable ebook introduce uncertainty that doesn’t work for all ebooks. But with fixed-layout ebooks those uncertainties can be eliminated.
PublishDrive has shifted completely to a subscription-based model for all new accounts, completely eliminating the “pay as you go” plan for new accounts.
By Shelley Sturgeon The blog is taking a mini break but please check out the links below for lots of great reading about all things self-publishing. You can find our post archives here. Past issues of our blog carnival, Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies, can be found here. (Hint, hint: submit your articles for our […]
When selling an ebook through a commercial retailer, the options for adding enhancement to your ebook are limited and may not be worth the trouble.
Everyone considers using a nom de plume or pen name. I am going to offer an argument for not using a pen name — or, at least, for sticking to just one.
Someone reminded me, recently, that I’ve forgotten one easily accessible tool for converting Word documents into ebook format: Google Docs!
Reading ebooks on a Kindle means varies a lot more than you may realize. Understanding those variations a little is important for an ebook publisher.
The Book Designer all started in the fall of 2009, looking around at all the change to book publishing, I thought I would add my voice to the mix.
In the January tradition of looking back at the previous year, today I’d like to invite you to take a look back at some of our top posts for 2019.