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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
The Advantages of Self-Publishing

The Advantages of Self-Publishing

A guest post by Sally Pederson The last chapter of your book is finally complete. Now the big question—where do I publish it? Every author has a baby—the book—that has been nurtured for a considerable amount of time. You have two options for publishing your work; you can try your[Read More…]

by November 14, 2013 Publishing
Tate So Called Publishing

Tate So Called Publishing

So my mother is reading aloud from the local newspaper. Nothing new here. I get a rundown of obituaries and political letters daily. And sometimes, rarely, she reads something that actually may be of interest to me. This time it was about a local author signing a book somewhere at[Read More…]

by October 19, 2012 News & Opinions
An Interview With Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin About Katrina and His New Book

An Interview With Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin About Katrina and His New Book

Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has graciously answered some questions regarding his experience during the Katrina hurricane catastrophe and the self publishing of his first book: Katrina’s Secrets: Storms After the Storm Q:    My first question would be a general one-How is New Orleans and the people doing[Read More…]

by July 13, 2011 News & Opinions
An Illuminating Way To Self Publish

An Illuminating Way To Self Publish

Just when you believe self publishing has reached its limit, along comes a bizarro format, streetlamps. Yes, only in New York City, and in particular the gentrified West Village, would someone post individual pages of his or her ‘book’. Adhered to lamp posts are a one page printed sheet, its[Read More…]

by March 1, 2011 Miscellaneous
Booksellers Owe Their Customers The Postman’s Rings

Booksellers Owe Their Customers The Postman’s Rings

Ever wonder what the The Postman Always Rings Twice means? It has nothing to do with character or plot within the classic crime novel. James Cain worked out a system with his mailman. If he rang once, this means the envelope was thick, probably full of a contract and advance[Read More…]

by February 4, 2011 Brick and Mortar Thoughts
Book Sellers: Don't Fear the eBook

Book Sellers: Don't Fear the eBook

I went to the New York Comic Convention this past weekend. In between wandering the show floor, meeting authors, artists, and book store owners who had booths there I decided to take in a couple of panels on the state of the comic industry. While the comic industry is slightly[Read More…]