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85401649 at LBF 2012 | Printers Are Not Publishing Services at LBF 2012 | Printers Are Not Publishing Services

A few years ago TIPM did do a full review of (owned by PrintonDemand Worldwide)and I later withdrew the review from the magazine for reasons explained here. So it was interesting when I learned a few months ago PrintonDemand would be a primary sponsor of the event. I should add that the PrintonDemand booth


Guest Post | Amazon vs. Smashwords: Which Is Right for Your Book? | Sarah Rexman

Numerous writers have embraced e-book technology as a way to independently publish their books, reach new markets, and earn greater royalties for their work. Retail giant Amazon has long dominated the market for authors looking to self-publish their e-books, but it has quickly been followed by other e-book publishers, such as Smashwords, Lulu, and BookBaby.


RTE Liveline Self-Publishing in Ireland | Analysis and Review

Image via Wikipedia It’s always a very heartening experience for me to hear or meet self-published authors gathered in one place at a particular time, whether that space is face to face, or listening to the experiences of so many Irish self-published authors on Tuesday afternoon on Joe Duffy’s national Livelineprogramme on RTE. You can


RTE Radio 1: Liveline Special on Self-Publishing

It’s not too often when self-publishing and, in particular, self-published books, get a prime time radio spot and an entire programme dedicated to this area of publishing. For the second year RTE Radio‘s flagship afternoon Liveline show, presented by Joe Duffy, will focus on self-published books and authors. This is probably about as open an invitation any