Are you including print books in your publishing strategy, or do you think you might want to do that someday? Good news. I’ve partnered with BookBaby, the ebook distributor and publishing services vendor, to make my new book available to anyone who wants it for free. That’s pretty generous, don’t you think? There’s a link […]
Continuation of the story of how WriteWell Writers’ Journals have been designed and manufactured.
The first part of the story of the creation of WriteWell Writers’ Journals.
Examines lay-flat book bindings, including photos, tips, and resource links.
Do you have literary heroes? Most writers do. I was thinking about some of my own literary heroes recently, and the books that had made such a big impresssion on me—and millions of other readers. That’s when I realized that I had a unique way to pay these authors and their books a kind of […]
Does design influence the readability of books? We introduce 6 new genre-specific pre-designed book templates at BookDesignTemplates.com
Announcing The Book Makers, a complete book design and production service
5 Book Binding styles are explained and illustrated
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 […]
Last year I explained how I came to partner with Betty Sargent on the first comprehensive resource guide for indie authors. And how the book, with the help of readers, launched at #1 in several categories on Amazon. It was awesome. The Self-Publisher’s Ultimate Resource Guide gathered over 150 reviews online, mostly very favorable. But […]