Resources and tips for the self-published author.

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#IndieChat- Alternative Funding Options for Writers

by Bibliocrunch  •  May 30, 2014

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We’re excited to have Hope Clark, editor of Fundsforwriters.com, as our guest on Tuesday’s #IndieChat on 6/3/14.


Great Tools to Fund your Self-Published Book

by Bibliocrunch  •  April 15, 2014

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Through all the benefits of self-publishing, working to publish on your own can not only be a difficult, but also an expensive task. Here’s two great new platforms for self-publishing authors can check out for a little crowdfunding help:


Join us for Indiechat 4/30 at 9pm EST! Topic: Pubslush

by BiblioCrunch  •  April 25, 2013

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As many of you may know we took over the twitter chat #indiechat. #Indiechat is held every Tuesday at 9pm EST. You can check out our previous chat logs on BiblioCrunch Storify.


Join us for Indiechat 4/9 at 9pm EST! Topic: Crowdfunding

by BiblioCrunch  •  April 8, 2013

Published in Events  •  7 comments

As many of you may know we host #indiechat every week. #Indiechat is held every Tuesday at 9pm EST. You can check out our previous chat logs on BiblioCrunch Storify.


5 Obstacles to Good Crowdfunding Storytelling

by BiblioCrunch  •  March 28, 2013

Published in Publishing Tips  •  31 comments

Today we’re excited to have Rose Spinelli guest post for us about the fundamentals for good crowdfunding storytelling. These great tips apply to any crowdfunding platform — whether it’s Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or Pubslush.  


Crowdfunding for Writers: Which Platform Should I Choose? Guest Post by Emma Larkins

by Emma Larkins  •  February 13, 2013

Published in Publishing Tips  •  141 comments

If you’re considering crowdfunding your next writing project, you probably already have a good idea of the benefits of self-publishing over going the traditional route. Crowdfunding is complimentary to self-publishing in many ways: it helps you gauge interest in your project before completion, provides a way for people to “pre-order” your book, gives you a

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