This Week in Indie Publishing


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7 guides to self-publish your book

They say everybody’s got a book in them. What ‘they’ don’t tell you is that that’s only half the story. The real challenge is getting it published. Fortunately we live in a tech-world now, so you can get it out there yourself digitally. The eBook Self-Publishing Bundle is here to show you how.

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Self-Publishing Authors Can Now Boost Sales Through an Amazon Author Profile

Outskirts Press Inc., the #1-rated self-publishing company according to Top Consumer Reviews, has introduced a new marketing service for self-publishing authors: the Amazon Author Profile. This new service helps published authors make the most of their selling opportunities in the Amazon Books marketplace by providing book buyers more of the information they need to make a purchase decision.

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Publishers rejected me, but I went on to earn six-figures selling 1,000 books a day

Millions dream of quitting the grind and replacing their income through a rewarding, creative endeavor. And what could be simpler – and more glamorous – than writing a bestselling novel?

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What happened when a beloved book publisher changed hands

On Monday evening, Elaine Dewar held a launch party for her latest book, The Handover, an exhaustive investigation into the recent history of the esteemed Canadian publishing house McClelland & Stewart, and, for a certain type of industry insider, one of the most talked-about books of the season. The event took place in an east-end Toronto pub, and the standing-room-only crowd seemed comprised almost entirely of authors, editors, agents, critics, journalists and publishers. Even Jack Stoddart, who once ran the General Publishing empire, made a rare appearance.

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4 Must-Read Books That Will Change Your Life This Year

Say what you want about politics or culture–the past year has been amazing in terms of the books that have come out. People dedicated to getting what they want in life are on a constant journey to learn more about themselves and the world around them, and the best way to do that is to read.

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