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Self-publishing books not without pitfalls | ABC7 News

Self-publishing books not without pitfalls | ABC7 News

ABC Local TV News carried a piece a couple of days ago on the self-publishing experience of a 92 year old airmen of World War II and his daughter who teamed up with him to help him publish his memoir, ‘Victory: Tales of a Tuskegee Airman‘. The video below does suffer from being presented once


Amazon Agree Settlement in Antitrust Lawsuit

Amazon has agreed a settlement in the lawsuit filed against them by in 2008. The lawsuit was taken against Amazon by following the giant e-retailer’s strong-armed attempt to force publishers using POD printers for their book lists to switch to paying Amazon’s own POD printer, Booksurge (now subsumed into Amazon’s CreateSpace). took the lawsuit


CreateSpace And Booksurge Unite Under One Brand

Self-publishing authors may see CreateSpace and Booksurge as two distinctly different companies, but both brands are run by On-Demand Publishing, who are in turn a subsidiary of Amazon. The announcement of the merging of CreateSpace and Booksurge comes as no great surprise, and if anything, should have happened more than a year ago considering CreateSpace has become the – A Case of Deja Vu?

“Déjà vu is the experience of feeling sure that one has witnessed or experienced a new situation previously (an individual feels as though an event has already happened or has happened in the near past), although the exact circumstances of the previous encounter are uncertain. The experience of déjà vu is usually accompanied by a


Booksurge US – (see CreateSpace)

UPDATE NOVEMBER, 2009. Booksurge has now merged under the CreateSpace brand.Announcement news. Related articles Amazon Japan Launches Print-On-Demand Program for Publishers ( to self-publish or not self-publish ( Create Space Helps First Time Authors Like Taren Wilson The Writer of Novel,The Life Of Mouse. – ( Amazon Announce Breakthrough Novel Award Finalists ( Abbott Press


Amazon As Publisher

Self-publishing through Amazon has just stepped up another notch with news that teenage author,Cayla Kluver, from Wisconsin, USA, has sold the rights of her debut self-published book ‘Legacy’. The book will become the first to fully launch AmazonEncore, a new publishing program set to focus on self published books as well as traditional out of


Comments on Self Publishing Article – New York Times

“The point may soon come when there are more people who want to write books than there are people who want to read them.” New York Times, January 27th, 2009. This is an opening quote from an article about self publishing in the New York Times this week by Motoko Rich about the rise in