POD Self Publishing articles


e-books: Kassia Krozser on Publishing Perspectives

e-books: Kassia Krozser on Publishing Perspectives

Kassia Krozser has written an article today over on Publishing Perspectives about the development of e-books and that it’s time for us to learn to walk before we try to run. She argues publishers and authors have yet to perfect the presentation and potential of the e-book in a envoirnment where we are already talking


Harlequin & Thomas Nelson: Harlots Of The New Publishing Industry?

Today’s announcement by Harlequin, a division of Toronto-based Torstar Corporation and one of the USA’s top romance genre publishers, to launch their paid-publishing imprint, Harlequin Horizons, follows on from last week’s announcement of their partnership with leading self-publishing service provider, Author Solutions Inc, to launch a digital-only publishing imprint, Carina Press. Today’s news of Harlequin’s

Harlequin Announce Full-Scale Paid-Publishing Program With ASI

Harlequin have announced the launch of a full-scale paid-publishing venture in partnership with Author Solutions. This is hot on the heels of Harlequin’s new e-book imprint, Carina Press, announced last week, and will be run by Author Solutions. The new paid-publishing venture will be called Harlequin Horizons. This looks like a very similar move to Thomas


LL Book Review Takes On All-Comers!

The popular self-publishing POD book review site, LLBR, from today, take on all-comers! Shannon and his team have been slowly expanding the POD publisher services they will consider for book reviews since the site launched in early 2008 specifically for Lulu authors. Shannon now reports: “By the time our one year anniversary rolled around, we