Self-publishing can be a lot of work–not only do you have to write the book, but you have to be in charge of editing, proofreading, securing a cover, distribution, and marketing. So it can be depressing if sales are slow
I always mean to read more self-published books. I’ve meant to for years. I feel like it’s important to be aware of what’s out there on the self-pubbed, indie, and traditional levels so I can be more informed and not
Well, Squiders, now that we’ve got the year-end administrative stuff out of the way, we have a whole glorious new year in front of us, full of potential and hopes and dreams. I’d like your feedback on what you’d like
Ebooks! Wave of the future! Whether or not you prefer your novels cheap and virtual or paper, if you’re self-publishing these days you need to have your book on as many platforms as possible to reach the widest readership. Ebooks
Perhaps you’re one of those sane people who works on a single project at a time. You sit down and work on a one thing from start to finish and then, when you’re done, you move onto the next project.
To continue from this entry in October, where I was commenting on the useability of CreateSpace and Lulu to self-publish. (On a side note, every time I link to one of my own entries, WordPress gets all excited and tells me
First of all, I apologize for the snow if it’s bothering you. I am physically incapable of ignoring the option to put falling snow on any website. Complaints may be taken to the Landsquid. Bring Cheez-Its with you. The Landsquid loves Cheez-Its.
Last year, I published Hidden Worlds, a fantasy adventure novella, through Lulu. Why I chose to do this particular project myself instead of going a traditional route is another blog subject. What’s important to this blog is that I received