This Week in the Blogs, September 9 – 15, 2012

POSTED ON Sep 16, 2012

Joel Friedlander

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It seems to be a season when the last gasp of summer is in the air, but fall hasn’t really settled on a clear date of arrival. No matter, the indie publishing world continues right along, and this week you’ve got a reappraisal of self-publishing, the spreading of print on demand, staying connected with your audience, new products you can sell, and a primer on WordPress formatting. Have at it!

Henry Baum (@SelfPubReview) on Self-Publishing Review
I Like Self-Publishing Again
“My support for self-publishing has been about self-expression—every writer should have a chance to express themselves in print or ebook, no matter how flawed those books may sometimes be.”

Mick Rooney (@MickRooney7777) on The Independent Publishing Magazine
On Demand Secure Kodak Deal For Espresso Book Machine
“Yesterday, On Demand Books, Eastman Kodak and ReaderLink announced a partnership that will see the Espresso Book Machine integrated with all 105,000 Kodak Picture Kiosks.”

Dan Blank (@WeGrowMedia) on We Grow Media
The Craft of Connecting With Your Audience
“We talk a lot about community when we mention connection, both online and off. That an author needs to engage their community; that a brand serves a community. But what is often not mentioned here is that to serve a community requires sacrifice.”

Lindsay Buroker (@GoblinWriter) on Lindsay Buroker
How to Sell Advanced Reader Copies as a Self-Published Author
“Let’s say you’ve been publishing for a while now and you have some loyal readers following your work. You figure that if they knew about it, many of them would be interested in an early copy of the new project.”

Pamela Wilson (@PamelaIWilson) on Copyblogger
A Comprehensive Guide to Formatting Your WordPress Posts and Pages
“This post is going to show you how to make the most of the tools on the WordPress post (and page) editing bar. By then end of it, you’ll understand how to create pages and posts that are interesting to look at, easy to read, and engaging to … even the most jaded web surfer.”

Monthly eBook Cover Design Awards

The awards have moved from Sunday to Monday, and that’s why it’s not here. Check in tomorrow, we have a big crop of covers for you and some of them are amazing.

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