The one questions author should ask themselves that they typically do not when it comes to book marketing is: Should I do PR or marketing?
The EC’s anti-trust investigation of Amazon has focused on ‘most favored nation’ (MFN) status, offering a curious echo of history, writes Roger Tagholm.
After offering indie short form authors favorable royalty rates, Amazon has pivoted to attract bestsellers and bolster sales of Unlimited subscriptions.
Sarah Knight was sick of commuting, P&L statements and eating salad at her desk at Simon & Schuster, so she quit to freelance and seek happiness.
With free open web tools billions of new users in developing markets now have the ability to publish online, says Mark Surman of the Mozilla Foundation.
Publisher Stefan Tobler of And Other Stories in the UK has committed to a year of publishing only books by women, in response to “gender bias” towards men.
The CEO of Greenleaf Book Group argues a book can be your strongest marketing tool and outlines four points to consider before committing to writing one.
At Forbes, George Anders argues we need a third category for books, one designed for those that ‘try to straddle’ the line between fiction and non-fiction.
Our June 2015 selection from BlueInk Review, a service which reviews self-published books. All titles are deemed worth of further consideration.
Ben Denckla continues his discussion of the challenges of creating ebooks that incorporate challenging elements present in a wide variety of Jewish books.