Following on from our Sunday post about Publishing Options, the first of our 52 week Author Marketing Mastery series, one key consideration for authors is how they’re going to make a buck with the book, or make a buck while
Our thanks to book publicist Claire McKinney of Claire McKinney Public Relations for this post! In a previous post I talked about how to make sure your book isn’t discarded by a review or media outlet because it “looks” self-published.
We’re big fans of editor Jane Friedman, her advice and candor, and impressed with her latest offering, a handy one-sheet about the primary paths to publication. Prepare yourself – it’s a whole lot of information! Says Friedman in her blog
(Graphic courtesy FreeDigitalPhotos.net) It was bound to happen in a once relatively quiet industry of readers, writers and thinkers. With the digital revolution came a large army of mercenaries, apparently keen to prey on the ever-fragile ego of an author.
We found it interesting that famed author Anne Rice shared a link via Facebook yesterday from an April 16 New York Times article, New Publisher Authors Trust: Themselves by Leslie Kaufman. The article (view full text in the link) discusses
If you’re considering self-publishing your book, or working with a hybrid publisher, there will be costs involved. Beyond the time that’s gone into your book, you’ll be investing cold, hard cash in everything from editing and cover design to setting
We don’t do book reviews on this site (there are too many great review sites out there already!), but this particular book AND its website full of useful links and free downloads is worth the read for every emerging author,