Resources and tips for the self-published author.

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3 Questions to Ask When Considering Self-Publishing

by Auburn Seal  •  February 2, 2016

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3 Questions to Ask When Considering Self-Publishing It’s 2016 and unless you have been living under a rock, you’ve seen that self-publishing is a thing. It’s not just vanity publishing. Being an independent author who self-publishes is legit now. But how do you know if self-publishing is right for you? I’ve come up with three

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The Basics of Putting Together a Children’s Book

by Shirin Bridges  •  September 2, 2014

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Today we’re excited to have a guest post by award-winning children’s book author  Shirin Yim Bridges.


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#IndieChat – How Self-published Authors Can Get their Books into Libraries

by Bibliocrunch  •  August 28, 2014

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We’re excited to have Henrietta Verma, of Library Journal, as our guests on Tuesday’s #IndieChat on 9/16/14.


Guardian Opens up Prizes for Self-Published Authors

by Miral Sattar  •  April 29, 2014

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I remember a discussion at BEA last year saying that everyone has recognized self-publishing except for major media newspapers.


10 Book Marketing Mistakes Self-Published Authors Make

by Norm Schriever  •  February 18, 2014

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Have a book coming out? Don’t start your marketing until you read this list of 10 book marketing mistakes that self-published authors make.


Did you Participate in #NaNoWriMo and Looking to Self-Publish?

by Miral Sattar  •  November 30, 2013

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Did you participate in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)? Congrats on reaching the finishing line! For all writers we’re offering 50% off our Author Concierge Service membership for NaNoWriMo winners ($120 value), and 20% off for all participants with code NANO.