This Week in the Blogs, December 27, 2019 – January 2, 2020

POSTED ON Jan 5, 2020

Shelley Sturgeon

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By Shelley Sturgeon

Wow! That went fast! One minute it was pre-holidays and the end of 2019, and the next, well, here we are. Holidays are over and it’s 2020–not just a new year, but a new decade!

Are you psyched up? Have you written down your writing and self-publishing goals for this year? For this decade? Ready! Set! Go! (And be sure to check out this week’s articles!)

Orna Ross on ALLi’s Self-Publishing Advice Center
Self-Publishing Predictions for 2020 and the 2020s
“We could make lots of self-publishing predictions for 202o and the decade to come. Publishing has become a sector of great change and the pace will not slow in the 2020s. But what do we most need to stop and notice now, as we close the first decade in which authors became serious publishing players?”

Andre Calilhanna on BookBaby Blog
What To Include On Your Book’s Copyright Page
“Many self-published authors find the copyright page to be one of the more daunting and confusing pages of their front matter — and indeed the entire book — but there’s no reason to be intimidated.”

Diana Hurwitz on The Blood Red Pencil
Writing Workshops and Conferences 2020: Early Registration
“Whether a one day session, one week conference, or a month-long writing workshop writing related events are a good way to commune with other writers.”

Mark Coker on Smashwords Blog
2020 Publishing Predictions: House of Indie on Fire
“2020 makes me think of 20/20 vision. Can you see what’s coming in your publishing future?”

Nate Hoffelder on The Digital Reader
Are You Ready For The Next eBook Boom?
“The legacy book publishing industry is fond of telling itself comforting myths.”

Too Good To Miss

Anne R. Allen on Anne R. Allen’s Blog… with Ruth Harris
Leaving the Wild and Crazy Decade of the Self-Publishing Revolution
“But today I’m thinking about the decade that’s passing, and how it disrupted and radically changed the way authors approach publication.”

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