Self-Publishing and Distribution: Jacqueline Simonds of Beagle Bay Books, Part 2 How book distribution works and the best path for self-publishers
Self-Publishing and Distribution: Jacqueline Simonds of Beagle Bay Books, Part 1 How book distribution works and the best path for self-publishers
Sundman: Friedlander on the Future of Publishing. In an interview on his Wetmachine blog, John Sundman asks questions about the future of publishing, pbooks and ebooks.
Self-Publisher Tania McCartney’s series of Riley books are very popular and have benefited from her promotional push and insistence on quality. Tania emphasizes that the books must be good, and must be properly produced to have a chance of competing with book from bigger publishers.
Lee Foster has moved some of his photography travel books to the Apple App Store through developer Sutro Media. Lee describes his recent sales and talks about the future of a business where iPhones and iPads are selling many millions of units, expanding the platform daily.
Today I’m pleased to have an interview with Andy Weissberg of R. R. Bowker. Bowker is a central player in the entire book industry due to the company’s status as the U.S. Agency of the International Standard Book Numbering Convention, as approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). ISBN was created in the early […]
Today’s interview is with Jennifer Robin, self-published author of Growing More Beautiful: An Artful Approach to Personal Style. LA Splash Magazine said, “With her new book … artist and image consultant Jennifer Robin has given women a generous, much-needed gift. Much more than a basic how-to beauty book, this is a celebration. Of you.” Since […]
My interview today to kick off 2010 is with Christopher Finlan, self-published author of Not A Fire Exit. Chris is a Temple University grad who works in the software business. He lives with his wife and children in Wayne, Pennsylvania. I worked with Chris for several months over 2009 to design and produce this book. […]