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- From First Draft to Release: Revise, Revise (Revise!)
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- Is Paying for Book Promotion Worth it?
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- A Writer's Journal: Managing Complicated Plot Developments
- ODF vs. OOXML: War of the Words
- From First Draft to Release: Follow the Yellow Brick Road
- Book Review: The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers (Paul Kennedy)
- Self-Publishing: a Step by Step Guide - Ch. 4: Understanding POD Business Models (Part I)
Category Archives: SelfPublishing
The last thing many authors want to do when they finish the first draft of a book is go back to the beginning and dive in again. But that’s what it takes (usually more than once) to produce a book … Continue reading
There are two ways to pass the time from first draft to release: doing your revisions first and everything else second, or overlapping the two processes. There’s something to be said for both approaches, but it will be easier to … Continue reading
With a first self-published book, finishing the first draft feels like crossing the goal line. The second time around, you know better.
We all know what happened to musicians once Napster came along – millions of people started downloading their music without paying a dime to the authors or publishers of that music. If you’re the author of a self-published eBook, is … Continue reading
I wanted to give a big Thank You to those readers who have recently posted reviews of The Alexandria Project. Where they are also authors, I’d also like to provide links back to their sites so that you can learn … Continue reading
In a rational world of publishing, nothing should be more persuasive than great reviews. Strangely, though, they often don’t seem to move the sales needle very much. Should you care?