Category: Self Publishing

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‘Younger’ TV Review: Post Truth

Author: she-be-writing TV Land TV Land’s “Younger” is a sophisticated dramedy about a 40-year-old recently divorced single mom who returns to the workforce to realize entry-level book publishing jobs are going to millennials, so she becomes one — by docking 14 years to become 26. This week was the summer series’...
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Print sales might be rallying, but don’t get complacent | Bookseller

Author: abigayleblood Print sales might be rallying, but don’t get complacent | Bookseller #publishing A very interesting article by Sam Missingham on the future of publishing: First off, I feel the need to emphatically state that nobody wants a strong, vibrant book business more than me. I am a self-declared cheerleader...
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Cultural appropriation and the whiteness of book publishing

Author: bookstand Cultural appropriation and the whiteness of book publishing (Flickr/Tommy Ellis), CC BY-NC Clayton Childress, University of Toronto Last month, cultural appropriation became a big issue in the Canadian publishing and media world after the trade association magazine, Write published a special issue featuring work by Indigenous authors. The editor...
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Find Best book publishing company in India

Author: onlinegathabook If you want to publish your book in India and finding the best book publishers, go on OnlineGatha. It is the best platform to get published your book successfully and we are leading book publishers in Lucknow, India.  So choose us to become a great author and share
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10 Awful Truths About Book Publishing

Author: abigayleblood 10 Awful Truths About Book Publishing #bookpublishing #publishing So you want to write a book and have it published. That’s great. But before you give up the day job, here are 10 awful truths about book publishing that you should be aware of: 1. The number of books...
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OnlineGatha: Real Fact Over Online Book Publishing

Author: onlinegathabook It is necessary to know if you are in the #book_publishing_industry when your company publishes a book online, you should check all the features of a book like editing, formatting, designing before online publishing. All customers want the best product if they purchase anything. So grab more buyers
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AN ODE TO THE COVER LETTER

Author: harpercollins By Carolyn Zimatore, Director, Talent Management at HarperCollins Publishers My five-year anniversary with HarperCollins has come and gone. On top of that I celebrated my ten-year anniversary in book publishing this past March, and I still have to pinch myself sometimes because every day I get to work...
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Hacked By SA3D HaCk3D

Author: emuckles Itty Bitty Book Publishing Suzy PruddenListen to the Podcast here, just hit the play button. [podcast src=”https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/4966858/height/90/width/450/theme/custom/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/forward/render-playlist/no/custom-color/bbb0e0/” height=”90″ width=”450″] Co-founder of Itty Bitty Books Suzy Prudden Before We Get To Itty Bitty Books. If you…View On WordPress
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The World Of Book Writing And Publishing

Author: freearticlessource The World Of Book Writing And Publishing In past ten years, world of writing has changed. Today, with more book publishing India and online book publishing India companies, pressure on writer has reduced. Also, there are many options for promoting your book or E-book. With these facilities there...
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Book Publishing: 2016 Book Publishing Predictions

Author: bookgravy From the disturbing to the just plain inexplicable here are 2016 book publishing predictions… 2016 Book Publishing Predictions – sceditor Author: bookgravy
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Interview with Author – L. Diane Wolfe

Author: bookgoodies Interview with Author – L. Diane Wolfe About L. Diane Wolfe: Known as “Spunk On A Stick,” Wolfe is a member of the National Speakers Association. She conducts seminars on book publishing, promoting, leadership, and goal-setting, and she offers book formatting and author consultation. She is the author of...
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Parallel importation and Australian book publishing: here we go again

Author: bookstand Parallel importation and Australian book publishing: here we go again Peter Donoughue, University of Melbourne You may have seen news, or read commentary on Twitter and Facebook, about the likely repeal of “parallel importation restrictions” and what that means for publishers, writers and readers in Australia. My own view...
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The Best Book Publishing Programs in the US

Author: openroadmedia (source: NYU Center for Publishing) For everyone interested in joining the wonderful world of book publishing, here are some of the best academic programs and communities. They vary in location, length, and pricing, and focus on various aspects of the business, such as production, editorial, marketing, distribution, contracts
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Inside Publishing: Lindsey Robertson, Marketing Operations

Author: openroadmedia How did you start your career in book publishing?  I was an English major at school. When I was getting ready to graduate, my professors and advisors suggested looking at a career in publishing. After I graduated, I took two internships at smaller publishing houses and really enjoyed...
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Inside Publishing: Matthew Blackburn, Marketing Coordinator

Author: openroadmedia How did you start your career in book publishing?I was a biology major in college. While I liked learning science, I didn’t want to work in a lab full-time. I started thinking about what I wanted to do after graduation, and that led me to book publishing. I...
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Three unwelcome truths about book publishing

Author: book-launch-biz Three unwelcome truths about book publishing Over the years, I have come across three unwelcome truths about book publishing that almost every author I have ever met trips over. For self-publishing authors, these three truths are the biggest obstacles to they encounter in publishing their book. In fact, these...
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What number will you be?

Author: wtdiscover Hello Everyone, I applied for the Chase Mission Main Street Grants and need your help in getting 250 votes. I’m currently at 61. What number will you be? Vote at http://bit.ly/CMMSGrant Worlds to Discover is a children’s book publishing company with one simple goal—to excite young people through...
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What number will you be?

Author: wtdiscover Hello Everyone, I applied for the Chase Mission Main Street Grants and need your help in getting 250 votes. I’m currently at 61. What number will you be? Vote at http://bit.ly/CMMSGrant Worlds to Discover is a children’s book publishing company with one simple goal—to excite young people through...
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The New Book Publishing Landscape – Part 2 By Mike Farris

Author: stairwaypress The last time I wrote, I said I would talk more about the anti-trust litigation involving the major New York publishers and Apple, with Amazon lurking in the background.  Before I get into the specifics, let’s take a minute to understand the background of that litigation. A. The...
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The New Book Publishing Landscape – Part 2 By Mike Farris

Author: stairwaypress The last time I wrote, I said I would talk more about the anti-trust litigation involving the major New York publishers and Apple, with Amazon lurking in the background.  Before I get into the specifics, let’s take a minute to understand the background of that litigation. A. The...
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The Book Wyrm: “Forgive Me If I’ve Told You This Before”

Author: wilhelm-screaming1984 Review of @ooliganpress and @K_StetzWaters “Forgive Me If I’ve Told You This Before” #BookReview Disclaimer: I joined Portland State University’s graduate Book Publishing program in January of this year, so I work with Ooligan Press, which published this book. That said, this book is not a project I...
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Publishing Alternatives to LifeWay’s CrossBooks

Author: jrothra Publishing Alternatives to LifeWay’s CrossBooks #CrossBooks #selfpublishing #ChristianPublishing My father, Keith Rothra, recently received word that LifeWay’s self-publishing service, CrossBooks, is closing its doors. This is quite disappointing considering his book was supposed to be released next month. That, however, will not happen, at least not with CrossBooks