This Week in the Self-Publishing Blogs, September 26 – October 2, 2010 including blogs by Henry Baum, Douglas Rushkoff, Mike Cane, Liz Castro, George Angus and David K. Israel
This Week in the Self-Publishing Blogs, August 29 – September 4, 2010, including posts by Mike Shatzkin, Jane Friedman, Henry Baum, Joe Clark and Carol Denbow on subjects of interest to all self-publishers
This Week in the Writing and Self-Publishing Blogs, July 18 – 24, 2010 including posts by Mick Rooney, Henry Baum, Joe Konrath, Josh Jackson and Guy LeCharles Gonzalez.
Great links for writers and self-publishers June 20-26, 2010 including articles from Henry Baum, Mike Cane, Matt Cheuvront, Piotr Kowalczyk and Penny Sansevieri on topics of interest to authors and publishers.
This Week in the Self-Publishing Blogs, May 30 – June 5, 2010, with posts by Henry Baum, Chris Brogan, Victoria Mixon, Penny Sansevieri and Victoria Strauss, with topics ranging from the use of social media to best practices on Twitter, and copyright scams to avoid.
This week was slowly overtaken by the run-up to the launch of the Apple iPad. I was there, to get at least a few minutes on the wonder machine, and will report tomorrow on the results. In the meantime, it’s Sunday, a time to sit back, work the big crossword in the paper, and have […]
Self-publishing as the Apocolypse, one writer’s struggle to master ebook formatting, watch over the shoulder as a typeface takes shape, oh, yes, a complete guide to getting into podcasting, and Michael N. Marcus saves the world. Does it get any better than that? Enjoy. Henry Baum on Self-Publishing Review Self-Publishing is Humanity’s Progress (and also […]
The greatest asset an author has to help them navigate the unknown waters of self-publishing is the accumulated wisdom of people who’ve been there before. I’ve always been impressed by how friendly the independent book publishing community is. Maybe part of the reason is that books very rarely compete with one another. As readers know, […]
This week iPad fever hit, sweeping everything else out of its way for a couple of days. Since the device isn’t available yet, I think we can safely hold off with any more analysis until there’s actually something to talk about. E-books seem destined to shake up the publishing business this year, but it was […]
I have to say that watching today’s launch by Apple of the new iPad was quite entertaining. I picked Gizmodo which had a team of four or five people live blogging from the hall and taking photos of the visuals Steve Jobs was using in his presentation. You really have to admire not only the […]