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Indie Authors: Feeling Overwhelmed? Tolstoy Has The Answer.

  Before we get back to normal transmission next week, we thought you might like Tolstoy’s answer to the indie author’s perennial dilemma of feeling pulled in all directions.We’re author-publishers, which means we’re writers and publishers, each of which is a full time job for lots of other people. We have to be design and […]

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Famous Self-Publishers

Though it took technology to spread it to the masses, self-publishing has a long and distinguished history, as this anecdote from Alison Baverstock’s book The Naked Author: A Guide To Self Publishing, illustrates: “In 1797, a manuscript was submitted to a London publisher by the proud father of an unknown author. First Impressions, a three-volume novel. […]

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