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This Week in Indie Publishing


art1Navigating Self-Publishing Or What Two Successful Business Women Call Indieworld

“If you want something done right, do it yourself.”

~Charles-Guillaume Etienne

“A funny thing happened on the way to my retirement…” It’s the first sentence in Julie A. Gerber’s and Carole P. Roman’s book, “Navigating Indieworld: A Beginner’s Guide to Self-Publishing and Marketing Your Book.”

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3 Real Costs of Self-Publishing a Kids’ Book

If you’ve ever thought about how to make money on the side, you’ve probably considered writing a book. Many websites suggest writing books as an easy way to earn extra income.

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A Step Forward in Publishing

There are definitely pros and cons to both self-publishing, also referred to as indie publishing, and traditional publishing. One big difference between the two is that with self-publishing, the author doesn’t have to worry about whether the editor will like something, because they are their own editor. The author also sets their own timeline for the publication of the book.

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Kinver author Tom Bryson to reveal the secrets to self-publishing books at community library talk

A KINVER author will explain how would-be novelists can write and publish their own books during a talk at the village library.

Tom Bryson, who writes crime and thriller novels, including the critically acclaimed ‘Too Smart to Die‘, will speak at Kinver Community Library on Thursday, March 9, at 7.30pm.

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Action 9: Lincolnton author struggles as officials investigate publisher

A Lincolnton author is scrambling now that her publisher went out of business and is facing major legal issues.

Action 9 investigator Jason Stoogenke said that author lost money, missed out on sales and may not be allowed to publish her book elsewhere.

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