by Hym Herself • June 17, 2014
I released an ebook in February. Before the book came out, I didn’t do anything to promote it. I didn’t have a Twitter account. I didn’t have a blog. I didn’t have a platform or do any of the traditional marketing. I’ve never offered my book for free. My book sold nearly a thousand copies
by Miral Sattar • February 7, 2014
This week on #indiechat Olivia Koski from The Atavist will be our guest. Olivia will be talking about The Atavist’s new multimedia ebook production tool called @Creatavist.
by Miral Sattar • November 3, 2013
As many of you may know we host #indiechat for authors and publishing professionals alike. #Indiechat is held every Tuesday at 9pm EST. You can check out our previous chat logs on BiblioCrunch Storify.
by Miral Sattar • December 22, 2012
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Today we have author Lorna Suzuki on the blog to talk about her books, self-publishing, and how her work was optioned for a movie! We hope you enjoy. Leave some comments below and enter our giveaway to win one of Lorna’s books!
by Miral Sattar • December 10, 2012
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Did you know that having an ISBN number ups your rank in Google? Or that there is no such thing as an eISBN? A lot of the authors we work with ask whether they need an ISBN? We had a chance to speak to Laura Dawson of Bowker, the company that distributes ISBNs, to get
by Kate Tilton • October 15, 2012
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Today I am so happy to be interviewing Shelli (S.R.) Johannes, author of the Nature of Grace series and marketing maven. Shelli has been on tour for the last six weeks and has come to share her great advice. Hello Shelli! Thank you so much for joining us today on the BiblioCrunch Blog. Can you
by Kate Tilton • October 3, 2012
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Today we’re excited to cover the topic of book marketing in our interview with Dan Blank. With our interview series we hope to give you tips from the pros on marketing, formatting, writing, editing, cover design and everything involved with the book publishing process.
by Steven Graboski • October 1, 2012
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The media often talks about how ebooks keep changing the consumer world. As more and more people buy eReaders and make their purchases on digital marketplaces, the sales for ebooks are starting to catch up to their print brothers. But how can this technology help those in need through ways not possible before? A former
by BiblioCrunch • September 8, 2012
Welcome to the BiblioCrunch blog! You asked us to launch a blog. We listened to you and… Here you will find Our Event information. News about BiblioCrunch and relevant publishing news. Interviews with authors, marketers, cover designers, and publishing experts we get! Lots of publishing tips, these will mostly be for indie/self-pub authors but not