As more and more authors seek to be independently published, and traditionally published authors feel the pressure to spend on marketing even in the face of shrinking advances, savvy marketers and publishers alike are seeking ways that authors can raise
If you’re a fan of data, especially data on indie book sales, you’ll love wading through the sea of it at authorearnings.com. The site, “by authors, for authors” (spearheaded by best-selling indie author Hugh Howey) touts as its purpose, “to
If you couldn’t join the tribe at this year’s PubSense Summit, here’s some great news! Videos of the 2015 PubSense Summit are now available for sale at a special package price of just $99, but only for a limited time!
If you caught our last post by Kiffer Brown featuring Joanna Penn’s tips on revenue streams for authors, you may have picked up on the fact that one of those revenue streams should be audiobooks, if it isn’t already. As
Our thanks to Kiffer Brown of Chanticleer Book Reviews for this guest post. Shown at right, best-selling author Joanna Penn. I had the pleasure and the good fortune to attend the 2015 PubSense Summit in Charleston, South Carolina. Attending the sessions
In case you’ve missed tuning into Indie ReCon this year, there are still plenty of sessions to attend! IndieReCon is a free online conference for authors interested in self-publishing. It started in 2013 with co-founders Ali Cross and SR Johannes
Our thanks to book publicist Claire McKinney for this guest post, with some takeaways for those who didn’t get to attend PubSense Summit… My mother used to say that taking a vacation or a break from your regular