by Maureen Crisp • August 8, 2018
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Ebook production is constantly evolving.
by Auburn Seal • September 8, 2016
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Attention Authors and Goodreads Lovers! Did you know that authors will soon be able to give away ebooks on Goodreads? They used to only allow giveaway promotions for paperbacks which precluded authors who only publish ebooks from participating. Let’s face it. Sometimes we get the ebook out well before the paperback goes live. Or maybe we
by BiblioCrunch • April 8, 2014
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You did it! You finally finished your book and it is a masterpiece! Now, all you have to do is get people to read it. It’s time to take off the author hat and put on the marketer hat. You have a book description to write.
by BiblioCrunch • March 25, 2014
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After you finish writing your ebook, you are anxious to share it with the world and the process can prove frustrating when you are forced to hit the brakes in order to first create a viable marketing strategy. It’s the old hurry up and wait ploy. Ahh! I feel your pain.
by Bibliocrunch • February 27, 2014
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We were excited to have Hugh Howey, author of Amazon bestseller, Wool, as our guest on Tuesday’s #indiechat on 3/4/14. Transcript is up!
by Miral Sattar • January 28, 2014
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A question that I always get is what types of files do I need to create to get my book ready for book publishing. If you’re going to hire a formatter we recommend three main filetypes for distribution to the major online retailers.