A. Indie authors--like many gays--choose to remain "closeted", while trying to "pass" as traditionally published (or, straight, as the case may be).
This just in...if you want to read the whole story (errors in the prior stories exposed), check out the one written by Lincoln Michel in The Faster Times.
Indie author H.P. Mallory joins the realm of the traditionally published
Living the dream. All the time in the world, with enough money to do whatever you want (within reason). The ability to call the shots and follow your artistic vision. Yes, all that sounds wonderful...
Because it’s not only indie books that could sometimes use better editors.
Welcome to The Bad Girls Bookclub from Broomall, PA, our first participating group!
If you love Liam, like to watch women who kick-ass and want to see how Aidan Quinn has aged, this is the movie for you.
This just in from Publishers Lunch... In their third week of listing ebook bestsellers, the NYThas purged that self-published title we identified last week and--like USA Today--allowed Lisa Gardner's 99-cent…
I wish I had a dollar for every time I heard some geezery legendary author at a conference wheeze out the words, "Never self-publish." Wait. Actually I do have a…
"My hope is our story will help others to start and continue a dialogue about unconditional friendship and teach children -- and adults -- how to accept and support children for who they are and how they wish to look." Cheryl Kilodavis
Because it's not only indie books that could sometimes use better editors
I have to admit it’s been a really bad week. Epic sucky. So the prospect of spending Friday afternoon eating popcorn and watching an Adam Sandler movie really seemed to be just what the doctor ordered. Turns out no so much.
Let Monte Smith be your guide through the insider's world of traditional publishing. Fasten your seatbelts people...it's gonna be a bumpy ride!
I blame Dr. Seuss.
An entirely new thing is going on, and none of us are sure what it is yet. No one.
The most common objection to self-publishing is that crucial components of the process are ignored.
The publisher’s role is to connect readers to the books that they want. Independent of this role publishers have no valid reason to exist.
Seth Godin, who started out indie, went trad, and is now indie again, has announced his first book in his Domino Project with Amazon.
The New York Times has finally deigned to include e-books in their bestseller list.
If Borders closes, the chain stores become one--Barnes & Noble. So your choices become limited (at least 20+%) to what these buyers in New York City think is right for you.
Conversing with Zachary German is a bit like talking shop with a headlit fawn just before the car makes impact, and I’m not sure if its an affect or effect of his genre. Whatever.
I got into the publishing trade because I love books. That lasted a few weeks, but pretty soon the bloom was off the rose. I mean, sitting at your desk…
A few select indie books, perfect for that special someone.
People steal music. They steal movies. Where does that leave books?