Here’s what I’ve tagged for September 11th through September 18th:
Here’s what I’ve tagged for September 7th through September 9th:
- Ten Best Self-Publishing Websites – Not sure I agree with the order or the choices, but the sites are worth checking out.
- Central Plains | High Quality Book Printing –
- Author Guidelines for Book Proposals | AMACOM Books –
These are my links for February 11th from 08:14 to 16:49:
- Independent Book Publishers Association – Member Benefits –
- Planned Television Arts –
- Virtual Author’s Assistant course $499 –
- Elgan: Here comes the e-book revolution –
- Seeking book endorsements may cause nausea, shortness of breath « Online Community Strategist –
- PR-USA.net – Top 5 Self-Publishing Authors Earn $60,000 in 4th Quarter Royalties from Outskirts Press – That's an average of $12,000 each–much higher than your usual self-published book, but probably not enough to let you quit your day job.
- Be a Ghostwriter — Welsh Scribe –
These are my links for February 3rd through February 6th:
These are my links for January 3rd through January 8th:
These are my links for December 24th through January 1st:
- The right way and the wrong way to approach publicists « Book Marketing Buzz –
- Self-Published Book Distributors – Compilation from SpeakerNet News
- The Writers’ Union of Canada : Ghost Writing –
- ‘Plug Your Book!’: Steve Weber’s free online book marketing guide is Amazon-centric—but still useful | TeleRead: Bring the E-Books Home –
- Publishize – The Book That Explains How You Can Quickly and Affordably Self-Publish a Book That Promotes Your Expertise – What a gruesome title
These are my links for December 5th through December 13th:
- Wyeth’s Use of Medical Ghostwriters Questioned – NYTimes.com –
- scott westerfeld – ghostwriting –
- Learn to Write Fiction » Blog Archive » Book Marketing 2.0 –
- Give the gift of publishing from iUniverse – For the first time ever, gift buyers can purchase any iUniverse publishing package as gifts for the aspiring authors in their lives.
- Successful Self-Publishing: Cooking with Trader Joe’s –
Self-publishing guru Dan Poynter, author of Writing Nonfiction and The Self-Publishing Manual, makes his YouTube debut in a ten-minute video taken at one of his seminars. The video is not as enlightening as his books, but it does serve to introduce Dan as a person. I’ve never attended a live seminar, but I’ve heard Dan in teleseminars and I’ve read his books, and I definitely recommend them for anyone considering writing and publishing a book. He’s also been very helpful when I’ve contacted him with questions, even though he’s on the road almost all the time. That may be why his podcast never took off, though the first two episodes are worth hearing.
It appears that WordPress doesn’t want me to embed the video here, but you can watch the video at YouTube.
Hat tip to the Small Press Blog.