Self Publishing

Should I Self-Publish?

Should I Self-Publish?

We’ve recently become a LIFer. A what?  Location Independent Family that is 🙂 Bruce already runs a pretty successful business online and I’ve started dabbling in writing and blogging, which to my own surprise, I’m actually really enjoying. GreatLetsGo is our travel blog which I’ve been most active on and[Read More…]

by August 17, 2016 Publishing, Self Publishing
Tracey Rolfe: My Self-Publishing Journey

Tracey Rolfe: My Self-Publishing Journey

A guest post by Tracey Rolfe When I wrote my first book what I knew and understood about the publishing world you could write on the back of a postage stamp. The following is a not very subtle breakdown of my frustrating experience:  (1) print and collate three chapters of[Read More…]

by October 24, 2014 Self Publishing
5 Writing and Publishing Myths Debunked (Sort of)

5 Writing and Publishing Myths Debunked (Sort of)

A Guest Post By: Brad Cotton Take a look at Brad’s latest book:  By All Men’s Judgments Myth 1. Everyone has at least one good book in them. The Truth: Writing is bloody hard. And, while everyone may have at least one story that will break your heart, putting it[Read More…]

by May 2, 2014 Self Publishing
Finding Success in Self-Publishing

Finding Success in Self-Publishing

A Guest post by Tim Johnson I have been a self-published author since I started writing in 2010.  Within the past 3-4 years I have been able to self-publish 4 children’s books, and 9 non-fiction books, both independently and as collaborations with other authors and illustrators from around the world.[Read More…]

Marketing Your Self-Published Book

Marketing Your Self-Published Book

More and more writers are self-publishing these days but as great as that sounds, it does bring up the problem of not having the same level of marketing help that you’d have if you were being published by a big name. However, there are several ways that you can easily[Read More…]

by February 24, 2014 Marketing Ideas, Self Publishing
David M Wynn's latest  - Restitution

The Publishing Conundrum for the New Writer

A Guest Post by Author David M Wynn For the new writer, the writing process itself seems by far to be the most important aspect of being a writer; that need to get the story down on paper, that feeling of fulfilment as the final few pages come together, that[Read More…]

by February 24, 2014 Self Publishing, Writer's Corner
Chris Lunda's Voodoo Prophecies

The Self Publishing Revolution

– How it Happened and Why it’s Good for All of us, even Publishers By Chris Lunda Author of The Voodoo Prophecies trilogy So, you have written your first novel or perhaps you are nearing its completion and toying with the idea of self publishing. But what about the nullifying[Read More…]

by February 13, 2014 Self Publishing
The Personal and Financial Realities of Self-Publishing

The Personal and Financial Realities of Self-Publishing

By Bill Duncan Over my nearly forty years in business, I have authored six and one-half books (one of them is still in work). The first four were non-fiction business books, and were published by traditional publishing houses like AMACOM. The other non-fiction book was self-published using Dog Ear Publishing. These days I[Read More…]