Blogs for Self-Publishers for January 16 – 22, 2011 including Craig Mod, Christy Pinheiro, Brian Scott, Sue Collier and Israel Vasquetelle
This Week’s Blogs for Self-Publishers Blogs, November 7 – 13, 2010 including Penny Sansevieri, Michael Hyatt, Christy Pinheiro, Betsy Lerner and Mayowa Atte
Two Paths to Book Distribution Success for Self-Publishers. We don’t have to all do things the same way to get great results from our self-publishing efforts. Christy Pinheiro and John T. Reed demonstrate opposite approaches that both work.
This Week in the Self-Publishing Blogs, July 25 – 31, 2010 + Blog Notes including posts by Chris Brogan, Joe Konrath, Christy Pinheiro, Alan Rinzler and Hank Quense
Christy Pinheiro has succeeded as a self-publisher by using CreateSpace, the Amazon.com affiliate, as her supplier and route to Amazon. She shares with the Bay Area Independent Publishers Association monthly meeting some of her strategies and motivations.
BookExpo America, a look at special sales, an “Author-services Index,” CreateSpace, hiring an editor, Amazon’s John Fine speaking out, and Apple opening the iBookstore to self-publishers. We’re on a roll. Enjoy.
For some authors, making the leap into self-publishing is an easy and natural extension of their past activities. For others the move can seem strange and overwhelming. Since we know it’s hard to do right by your book if you’re feeling overwhelmed, it makes sense to try to set yourself up to succeed. If you’ve […]
I’ve received a number of books about self-publishing recently, and from all reports there are more on the way. All of these books have something to offer the author who wants to get involved in publishing their own work. And each has a unique perspective, often based on the author’s experience before they became self-publishers. […]
One of the biggest concerns of new self-publishers is where to submit their books for review. Fairly or unfairly, most book reviewers are reluctant to review books from self publishers. For this reason many authors go to great lengths to establish a publishing company identity that obscures the fact that their book is self-published. In […]