Need help with determining the best self-publishing path for your book? We’ve put together this roundup of 13 posts from 2016 to help you with the distribution decisions you need to make to achieve your 2017 indie author goals.
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In a useful follow-up to Jim Giammatteo’s invaluable Watchdog piece recommending that indie authors use both CreateSpace and Lightning Source simultaneously for effective distribution of print books, US novelist Karen Myers kindly volunteered to provide a personal case study of how this system works for her. ***UPDATE: Amazon’s CreateSpace service has now been superseded by […]
“I would no more omit my ISBN from a book I’ve written than I would take away my name,” asserts indie author and publisher Karen Myers. Here’s why she believes depending on retailers’ own identifiers (ASINs, etc) is a false econony, long term. Independent publishers and author/publishers aren’t supporting corporate boardrooms, expense accounts, or Manhattan […]
Protecting your work is perhaps one of the most important steps to take before you publish, and yet it’s a step that many forget. We’ll be discussing two parts to protecting your work. Copyright: Just because you put your work out there and put your name on it, does not mean it is protected. Copyright […]