Part 2: The Evil, Arrogant Publishers In my seed article writing as Chief Editor of IFWG Publishing, I hypothesized The Grand Illusion, a state where many self-publishers created a bubble around themselves, constructed of beliefs and views that were not necessarily based on fact. In Part 1, under my name, I discussed eBooks, and how, […]
Self-publishers often irrationally entangle eBook discussions with that of the virtues of self-publishing, adding to The Grand Illusion.
I don’t, personally, disagree with advertising one’s book on Facebook, Twitter etc, and I have certainly done it as an author, as well as a publisher, but I draw a well-defined line.
To make a difference, money must be spent. We are living in wicked hard times that require wicked smart solutions. Whatever we do, we must learn to have a sense of humor and not take ourselves too seriously.
One of the early decisions a self-publishing author has to make concerns what type of book will be published
I had been reading since I was three. My love affair with books started early. Books were so important when I was a child. I gobbled them up
SQ Mag is a speculative fiction ezine – that is, it publishes original fiction from the science fiction, fantasy and horror genres, and all the cross and sub genres among them. What makes it different from most ezines is that it respects the English idiom stories are submitted in (a person submitting in UK English, […]
Small-press publishers have existed since the creation of printing, and in fact, before. However, with the rise of large presses
One relevant issue an author should evaluate before deciding on self-publishing concerns
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