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30 Marketing Questions that Self-Published Authors Must Answer – Jason Walberg | Guest Post

30 Marketing Questions that Self-Published Authors Must Answer – Jason Walberg | Guest Post

Thanks to the ease of access afforded by the Internet, many authors, novelists and writers are taking to self-publishing, which allows their offerings to see the light of day even without the backing of a publishing house or a large marketing budget. In fact, the days of authors crying over a stack of rejection letters

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TIPM Q&A Interview: Peter Paul van Bekkum – Mybestseller

This is the latest of our TIPM Q&A interviews featuring people from the publishing industry with a particular focus on The Future of Publishing. TIPM focuses on many companies from the USA and UK and I thought it would be interesting to get some perspective on the services and publishing industry in mainland Europe. This

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Writers Be Warned: The Case Against Author Solutions (Part 3)

Over the past few weeks TIPM has taken a close look a close look at extracts from a thirty page Memorandum of Law and depositions in support of certification for a class action filed in the Southern District Court of New York in February by law firm Giskan Solotaroff Anderson & Stewart (GSAS) against Author

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TIPM Q&A Interview: Sarah Taylor – Troubador Publishing

This is the second of our TIPM Q&A interviews featuring people from the publishing industry with a particular focus on The Future of Publishing today. This week TIPM caught up with Sarah Taylor, Marketing Manager at Troubador Publishing, Editor of The Self Publishing Magazine and co-organiser of the Self-Publishing Conference UK.  Sarah joined Troubador in 2010

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Amazon Is The Reader’s Friend | Intelligence Squared Debate [VIDEO]

In late 2014, Amazon and the publishing house Hachette settled a months-long dispute over who should set the price for e-books. In Amazon’s view, lower prices mean more sales and more readers, and that benefits everyone. But for publishers, the price of an e-book must reflect the investment made, from the author’s advance to a

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The Myths & Truths of Self-Published Books

If you visited the websites of many self-publishing service providers a few years ago, there was a common practice to cite folklore and myths about well-known authors who — we were informed — self-published one or more of their books with great success. It’s only in the past couple of years that this practice of citing such authors has become less commonplace. With more

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Writing and reading for pleasure – Part Seven (Preface) | Douglas Burcham

Douglas Burcham continues his series of articles on writing and reading for pleasure. We had agreed a deadline of 1st December for posting but I have accepted good hearty reasons for a delay as detailed in the following story as a preface to further deferred parts of his post later in the month.   Advent

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Publishing, Today and Tomorrow: A Short Film | Authoright

This is a short film made by publicity and marketing company Authoright  on the business of books and the future for authors, both traditional and self-published authors. The book industry is experiencing great change and Authoright brought together thoughtful contributions from Faber and Faber, Matador, Curtis Brown, The Bookseller magazine, and author Polly Courtney.

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