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The Indie Author Guide

Author : April Hamilton
ISBN : 9781599632674
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 62. 26 MB
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This Is Your Roadmap to Success! The Indie Author Guide takes you through every stage of the self-publishing process. With e-books, print on demand and the power of Web 2.0, you have the ability to publish your own high quality books and go indie—just as filmmakers and musicians have done. Get detailed instructions, complemented by screenshots, so you can get the most of cutting edge publishing options. April L. Hamilton, founder of Publetariat, an online news hub and community for indie authors, gives you insight to the latest technology and step-by-step advice for making the most of your self-publishing options. Inside you'll find everything you need to know to: organize your files create your brand explore your self-publishing options format your book for POD edit and revise you work design your own book cover publish through a POD print service provider publish in e-book formats build an author platform promote your work transition from indie to mainstream publishing Plus, you'll get worksheets to help you plan and organize your book, your business, and your writing life, as well as an HTML primer so you can build your own website—even if you're not tech savvy. The Indie Author Guide gives you the skills and confidence you need to take full advantage of today's unique publishing opportunities and grow your readership yourself.

How To Blog A Book Revised And Expanded Edition

Author : Nina Amir
ISBN : 9781599638928
Genre : Reference
File Size : 55. 35 MB
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How to Blog a Book, Revised and Expanded Edition shows you how to plan a successful book that you can then blog into existence while building your platform and attracting potential publishers. Aspiring authors learn how to create a blogged book with a well-honed and uniquely angled subject, targeted posts, and a readership large enough to get noticed by an agent or a publisher.

Straight Talk On Writing

Author : Scott Francis
ISBN : 9781599636108
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 25. 77 MB
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This compelling book provides you with eighteen insightful interviews with bestselling authors, writing instructors, agents, award-winning writers and more. You'll learn how to create characters, plot more effectively, live the writer's life with purpose and abandon, and much more. Interviewees include Orson Scott Card, George Singleton, Donald Maass, Dinty Moore, Peter Selgin, James Alexander Thom, and many more. The interviews are casual, relaxed, revealing and instructive. Dig in!

Book Publishing 101

Author : Martha Maeda
ISBN : 9781601385642
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 41. 73 MB
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Nothing rivals the sense of accomplishment that comes from getting your first book published. It is thrilling and exciting to see your name in print. As a first-time author, you are eager to share your work and voice with the world, but you may be wondering just how to break into this challenging and ever-changing industry. The Complete Guide to Getting Your First Book Successfully Published is here to help make your dream a reality. This helpful book details the types of publishing you may choose, including traditional, subsidy, vanity, print-on-demand (POD), and self-publishing. You will learn about the tried-and-true basics of book publishing as well as about innovative additions to the industry, such as e-readers like Amazon s Kindle and Apple s iPad. You will learn everything from copyrighting and cataloging to book printing and binding. This book will also show you the different tax write-offs available for authors. You will be taught how to write a killer query letter and a perfect book proposal to increase your chances of having your book considered by traditional publishers. You will also discover what to look for in a literary agent and how to read the fine print on publishing contracts. This book discusses how to create, develop, and maintain a strong relationship with your editor, which is an integral part of getting your publishing success. Recognize how to find the right freelance editor to objectively edit your book without compromising your tone. And learn about the types of editing you may need and how much to charge an editor for those services. Once the editing is complete, you re ready for the design process. But don t worry this book will guide you through it. Learn how to create a cover and interior design that will grab your readers attention and complement your book s theme and tone. Reader familiarity is the biggest factor in sales, with 60 percent of readers saying their decision to purchase a book hinges on already being fans of the author. Thus, it s important to establish yourself as a likable and talented author. Although you may be tight on your promotion budget, this book arms you with dozens of low-cost tactics to get your book and your name in the limelight, increase your following, and maximize your sales. You will learn about book tours and signings, sending out press releases, preparing for news interviews, getting your Web site high in search engines, and tapping into social media networks like Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. You will also learn how to market your book on Amazon, the key player in book sales, in order to get your book maximum exposure. Take advantage of the expert advice we ve gathered from all types of publishers and authors to give you a real-life glimpse into today s publishing industry. An extensive resources section of this book includes places to find literary agents and POD companies as well as a sample query letter, a book proposal, and a press release. You ll also benefit from referring to a sample blog post and a fact-based article to craft your perfect marketing campaign from these examples. With The Complete Guide to Getting Your First Book Successfully Published in your hand, you re sure to hit the ground running to becoming an established, respected author in the publishing industry.

2012 Novel Short Story Writer S Market

Author : Adria Haley
ISBN : 9781599632421
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The Best Resource Available for Getting Your Fiction Published For more than 30 years, Novel & Short Story Writer's Market has provided aspiring authors with the most complete and up-to-date information they need on publishing their work. This edition is the best yet, with more than 1,500 listings and more Edited byial content than ever before—with interviews and articles from industry insiders on pertinent topics like the importance of developing your prose style, creating a voice and authentic dialogue appropriate to your genre, strategies for self-publishing, and tips and tools to help you manage the time you spend on perfecting your craft. You also gain access to: Thorough indexes that make choosing the best potential markets easier A 1-year subscription to WritersMarket.com's searchable online database of fiction publishers (comes with print version only) A free digital download of Writer's Yearbook featuring the 100 Best Markets Includes an exclusive 60-minute FREE WEBINAR with the staff of Writer's Digest Books that will teach you how to write query letters that get results "I can't imagine a fiction writer of any stripe not having this in their library." —James Scott Bell, author of The Art of War for Writers and Write Great Fiction: Plot & Structure "This invaluable writer's resource is the foundation on which real dreams are built. A wise and necessary investment." —River Jordan, author of The Miracle of Mercy Land

The Global Indie Author

Author : M. A. Demers
ISBN : 9780986891458
Genre : Education
File Size : 25. 4 MB
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There's no one right way to publish a book but there is one wrong way: uninformed.The phenomenally rapid growth of self-publishing, in particular e-publishing, has taken the world by storm. Never before has there been this great an opportunity for writers to be heard and read, and to build a global audience. But self-publishing is also the new Wild West, full of promise and snake oil in equal measure. The Global Indie Author separates fact from fiction, providing the information you need to create a publishing plan that is realistic and achievable.The Global Indie Author begins with a 10-step guide to getting your book onto Kindle quickly and easily, followed by expansion into ePubs. Part II contains in-depth technological instructions for both ebook and print production, complemented by real-world knowledge on the mechanics of the industry gathered through the author's own experience in bringing her debut novel, Baby Jane, to market.The Global Indie Author also exposes secrets and strategies the industry players don't want revealed so they can lock you into unfavourable contracts, take your money before you start asking questions, or convince you that what is really good for them is good for you. And by adding information relevant to foreign writers, The Global Indie Author provides the necessary know-how for anyone who desires to publish in the lucrative U.S. market and around the world.The most comprehensive manual ever written on self-publishing, The Global Indie Author, covers: * To Kindle in Ten Steps: the Quick and Easy Way to Self-Publish * Beyond Kindle: the ePub Format * Manuscript Editing * Libel, Copyright and Trademark Infringement * The ISBN System * ONIX Code and BISAC Categories * Interior Book Structure * Cover and Interior Images * Software * Manuscript Formatting for eBooks * Creating and Testing Kindle Books and ePubs * Digital Rights Management * Print Formatting and Production * Distributors, Wholesalers and Digital Aggregators * Marketing * Royalties and Withholding Tax * The Vanity Press Machine

The Indie Author S Guide To The Universe

Author : Jeff Bennington
ISBN : 098346961X
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"Jeff Bennington has an understanding of the e-book business that truly impresses me. I've taken his advice and it has made a huge difference in my career as an author. I highly recommend this book." Al Boudreau, author of In Memory of Greed "The Indies Author's Guide has made a huge impact on my sales. I've only just started incorporating what I've learned and in three days have tripled my sales." Robbi Bryant, author of The Beautiful Evil "If you are preparing to self-publish, and even if you've already done so, you need this book! Finally, a guide that covers it all... every aspect of book creation from humble beginning to publishing success! This guide is my "go to" writer's bible! High praise to Jeff Bennington for creating a writer's gold mine of information and advice." Deborah Hughes, author of Be Still, My Love ABOUT THE INDIE AUTHOR'S GUIDE TO THE UNIVERSE: From the Author of Reunion, a #1 Amazon best-selling ghost story. Listed with Goodreads Breakout Authors of 2011 The Indie Author's Guide to the Universe is meant to help any author, whether they are traditionally published or self-published, to take one step further in their journey. This book is designed to encourage and inspire authors in their craft, and give creative ideas that can improve sales and grow your author platform. If you bought a book about self-publishing 6 months ago, it is ancient history. The Guide Includes Helpful Information Like: Encouraging Stories How to Build a Blog Tour Your Role as Marketer Marketing Strategies Your Role as Publisher Author Blogging The Ultimate Book Promotion Understanding "Floatation Pricing" How to Build an Author Platform Selling and Price-point Strategies Strategies for Navigating Amazon's KDP Select Program Understanding the Indie Author Movement Helpful links Tips From Best-selling Indie Authors Like Scott Nicholson, Bob Mayer, Joanna Penn, Blake Crouch, Robert Bidinotto, Richard Bard, Amber Scott, Melissa Foster, Saffina Desforges and many more! ADDITIONAL PRAISE FOR THE INDIE AUTHOR'S GUIDE TO THE UNIVERSE: "If I only had one resource to effectively promote, market, and sell my novels, it would be the Indie Author's Guide. It is definitely the roadmap to success with each step of the way carefully marked and easy for anyone to follow." Caleb Pirtle III, author and publisher from Venture Galleries WHO IN THE WORLD IS JEFF BENNINGTON Jeff is the Author of Reunion, Twisted Vengeance, and Creepy: A collection of scary stories. He Blogs at The Writing Bomb and is the founder of The Kindle Book Review. Jeff is also an author consultant and has helped other writers hit the Amazon Top 100. You can follow Jeff on Twitter @TweetTheBook, and Facebook. Check out his Author Services Page at The Writing Bomb and The Kindle Book Review.

Write Publish Repeat

Author : Sean Platt
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Genre : Reference
File Size : 90. 78 MB
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Write To Success A Guide To Self Publishing

Author : Riley Ford
ISBN : 1514825333
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Eight New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors share how to build a successful writing career. You'll also hear directly from today's cover artists on what makes a book cover eye-catching. Plus, an author's assistant shares her perspective on hiring a virtual assistant. Write to Success covers all those frequently asked questions every new indie author wonders about self-publishing and has strategies for the advanced self-publisher. Writing, editing, cover art, formatting, marketing, street teams, multi-author collaborations, and contracts can make your head spin. But this book gives you all the tools to professionally publish and market your book. It also contains a directory that lists recommended books, blogs, editors, cover artists, formatting resources, and web sites. SPECIAL BONUS: Included in this e-book is the Indie Word email loop which lends support, accountability and encouragement as you take the plunge into self-publishing.

Mass Authorship And The Rise Of Self Publishing

Author : Timothy Laquintano
ISBN : 9781609384456
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 45. 92 MB
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Drawing on eight years of research and interviews with more than eighty self-published writers, Mass Authorship avoids the polemics, instead showing how writers are actually thinking about and dealing with this brave new world. Timothy Laquintano compares the experiences of self-publishing authors in three distinct genres--poker strategy guides, memoirs, and romance novels--as well as those of writers whose self-published works hit major bestseller lists. He finds that the significance of self-publishing and the challenge it presents to traditional publishing depend on the aims of authors, the desires of their readers, the affordances of their platforms, and the business plans of the companies that provide those platforms.

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