Self-Publishers Beware warns self-publishers about some of the advice floating around the internet
Self-Publishing Basics: How to Organize Your Book’s Front Matter includes a checklist of front matter items.
A Book Editor Speaks: The Challenge of the First Chapters by David Carr explores ways the editor can help an author deal with the first chapters of her book
The No-Stress Way for Writers to Outline by David Carr shows a step by step method to get your ideas out and in order for a first draft
How to Save Money on Your Book Proof by supplying your corrections to the designer or typesetter in the best possible way
Fact and Fiction on the Copyright Page, where big conglomerate publishers have been known to deceive intentionally to try to deter others from their books
Saturday Q & A With the Book Designer 04: Copyright Questions about using images from clip art sources, commercial use, copyright page credits
At the (San Francisco) Bay Area Editors’ Forum, a presentation on the influence of disruptive technologies on the book publishing industry
Making the Author-Editor Connection: The Importance of Being Edited by Anne Ross. How to find, work with, and budget for editing of your self-published book
Self-Publishing Bang for the Buck means no matter what, you should get your book edited and hire a book cover designer to prepare your book for the market.