Authors should go change their Createspace passwords immediately — and while they’re at it, they should also double check their payment details.
It can take years to find, educate, and stimulate readers to buy your books or other products and services
e-Book Cover Design Awards, September 2018 including Damonza, James T. Egan, Ryan Lee, Natasha Snow and many more.
Self-Publishing: The Carnival of the Indies Issue #97 including Glenna Collet, Belinda Griffen, Louise Harnby and many more.
One key to marketing to people who want to buy your book is understanding the 5 kinds of traffic
Finding the writing-marketing balance becomes an enormous challenge when marketing a published novel while writing a second novel.
Using type ornaments in your book design can add a pleasing pictorial element to your typographic pages. Depending on the tone you’re trying to establish with your design, there’s likely to be a choice of ornaments that will complement the other choices you’ve made when selecting fonts and the overall design direction for the book. […]
Two recent projects have reminded me of just how much attention book designers have to pay to details. With a complex book, every detail counts. What makes a book “complex”? It could be very long manuscripts, books with footnotes, endnotes, annotations, massive amounts of front matter and back matter, separate text streams, lots of tabular […]
Self-Publishing: The Carnival of the Indies Issue #96 including Yesenia Vargas, Ricardo Fayet, Louise Hornby, and many more.
e-Book Cover Design Awards, August 2018 including Kimberley Coleman, Matt Hinrichs, Dane Low, Damonza, Dan van Oss and many more