The publishing world is changing faster than you can say Random-Penguin-Schuster.
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Written by Terri Giuliano Long for indiereader.com
Bookselling This Week just reported that brick and mortar booksellers are making it easier for s...
They say you should never judge a book by its cover -- it is also important to never judge a book by its price.
There are some differences in how traditional and indie books are publicized, but those differences are shrinking by the nanosecond.
by Melissa Foster and Amy Edelman for IndieReader.com
Several predictions have stated that 2012 will be “The Year of the Indie Author”. After ...
As the temperature drops and the leaves fall, what could be more fun than cuddling up with a bowl of candy corn and a good scary book (after the doors are bolted, of course!)?
We thought we'd contribute to the movement by suggesting some great indie titles to fill the time between demonstrating and getting doused with pepper spray.
Indie (aka self) publishing is hardly a new phenomena. And contrary to some, it is not code word for "not good enough."
From Indie Reader
Ebooks sales spiked more than 145 percent last July. And that’s despite that fact that many of the titles don’t even have co...
The question I hear most often is "what makes an indie book different?" As opposed to the consortium of people who put together a traditionally published book, an indie book represents the singular vision of its author.
Gone are the days when a writer had to spend hours hunched over a stack of query letters, only to have their hopes dashed months later with the arrival of an unsigned form letter.
Let's face it. You can pretty much predict what everyone else at the beach will be reading this summer.
Independent Book Publishing Professionals Group has named the best indie books of 2011....
Just as many entrepreneurs no longer need venture capitalists to launch their companies, authors no longer need publishers to publish.
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