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 labels created by the literary … Read more

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 am writing fiction, and I … Read more

Self-Publishing is Here to Stay

A Guest Post by author Lance Manion ¡Viva la Revolución! The more articles I see about how self-publishing is ruining the literary world the happier I get. The establishment is finally waking up to the fact that their influence is going to start to wane. Cocktail parties, press junkets and Harvard class reunions are no … Read more

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 luck with a Publishing House … Read more

How to Market Your Book

Congratulations on crossing “Print My Book” off of your bucket list! However, the self-publishing community often faces trials and tribulations after the book has been printed. If the first group of printed books did well, but you’re struggling to keep selling them, we’ve got some fresh ideas that anyone can implement, even those with a … Read more

Self Pubbed Author Slams Publishers as Unnecessary

J. A. Konrath, whom I’ve heard of, only through facebook constantly recommending I friend him because so many of my friends are his friends, responded to an interview with a person from a publishing company–that interview I didn’t see, and don’t really need to–he shot down any and every argument the person offered for the … Read more