I had a chance to catch up with the blog’s founder, Joel Friedlander and took the opportunity to find out what he’s been up to, and what we have to look forward to in the coming months. TBD: Great to see you, Joel, how has 2019 been for you so far? Joel: Thanks for asking. […]
This week I have a real treat for you. On Thursday I will be interviewing, live, Dave Chilton, venture capitalist, television personality, and multimillionaire who built his fortune by… self-publishing! Yes, you read that right. Chilton spent several years on the Canadian television show “Dragon’s Den,” (the forerunner of “Shark Tank”) but he began his […]
By Sharon Goldinger Who doesn’t want to be a bestselling author? And if you can hit the New York Times or USA Today bestseller list, wouldn’t that be a dream come true? Most of us would say absolutely. But if you’re not a household name, what do you have to do to achieve that enviable […]
Interview with Dan Blank, the proprietor of We Grow Media. Dan helps and consults with authors to get their creative work done in a rational way.
Today I’m interviewing my friend and colleague, Nina Amir, of NinaAmir.com. Nina is a bestselling hybrid author, an award winning blogger and Certified High Performance Coach. Her latest book, Creative Visualization for Writers has just been released, and it’s on an evocative subject: how writers can profit from the tools of creative visualization. I was […]
A very interesting interview with Dana Kaye, owner of Kaye Publicity, that will be useful to a lot of authors. Dana has been helping other authors sell their books for a long time.
A few months ago Gloria Quintanilla from Peecho.com contacted me, and asked for an interview. Peecho is an interesting solution to the problem of communicating and selling globally online, but producing printed products that have to find their way to the buyer in the real world. They call it a “global cloud print network” and […]
Book publishing continues to experience disruption in its business models, in the formats and channels available to deliver its product, and in the overall landscape and roles of players in the industry. As successful independent publishers mature, some will make the transition into being small presses, part of a charitable or mission-driven organization, or the […]
What Makes an Authorpreneur? I Tell My Story of combining my interest in publishing with wanting to make a difference.
Ebooks Now and In the Future: Interview with Tracy Atkins conducted by Nancy Herther from Information Today