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I Confess . . . A Self-Publishing Experience by Adrian Taheny

I confess….…that as Pride is one of the seven deadly sins I am up to my neck in trouble.  The day I received the galley for SINS from our printer,...

Crowdfunding, YouTube Trailers and Hollywood by James Vella-Bardon
Posted by James Vella-Bardon in , .

As a young boy growing up in Malta I was first entranced by action-adventure when I read Tolkien’s Rings trilogy. The scene of the fellowship racing through the Mines of...

Finding the Right Path to Publication by Gerry McCullough

A few years ago, after long and frustrating effort, I was offered a publishing deal for my book Belfast Girls by a small English publisher. Needless to say, I was...

Making Your Novel Audiobook Friendly by Bill Ricardi
Posted by Bill Ricardi in , .

Recently I was asked why my debut trilogy was picked up for audiobook publication so quickly. The standard answers apply of course: Luck, advertising, making a good impression on first...

Formal Publishing v Self-Publishing by Moire O’Sullivan
Posted by Moire O'Sullivan in , .

There is something prestigious about having your book formally published. Signing a publishing contract can feel profoundly satisfying. To some, the self-publishing alternative can seem like abject failure, an option...

Self-Publishing: Getting Over ‘The Fear’ by Catherine Ryan Howard
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These days, I feel the same way about self-publishing as I do about social media: I was there at the beginning and at one point I really knew my stuff,...

Audiobooks for Authors: A Beginner’s Guide by Eamon Ambrose
Posted by Eamon Ambrose in , .

There was a time when releasing an audiobook, even for published authors was a ridiculously complicated and expensive task only the most successful of authors could dream of. However, with...

Knights Of: New Children’s Publisher Offers Diverse Opportunities for Writers

Aimée Felone and David Stevens, former Scholastic colleagues, have co-founded new children’s publisher, KNIGHTS OF. Publishing commercial fiction for 5 – 15 year olds, KNIGHTS OF intends to focus on...

Getting the Max from Wattpad by Shane O’Neill
Posted by Shane O'Neill in , .

Wattpad was created in 2006 and is an online giant free community of amateur and professional authors across the world, giving an equal voice to writers of every level and...

Data Analysis and Publishing by Ali Albazaz
Posted by Ali Albazaz in , .

The publishing industry is an ever-evolving organism. Authors and readers alike are a vital part of this industry and are constantly changing the trends within it. Literary agents, editors, and...