If you’ve been considering the idea of how to publish a book by becoming an indie publisher, here's a brief overview of core publishing topics, from crafting your creation to bursting onto markets across the globe, and why they're so important to achieving publishing success.
Every book is a startup business. A book needs a mission statement, a book marketing plan, and a budget. As an indie author, these are all your responsibility, making you an entrepreneur. Do you have the traits needed for becoming an indie publisher?
How much does it cost to self-publish a book? This is one question every indie publisher asks and one for which the answer varies. First of all, there are two types of costs associated with self-publishing a book: intangible (your time and effort) and tangible (that's the money part). For now let's focus on the tangible: how much money it takes to publish your book independently.
Valentine’s Day in the United States is about spending time with the ones you love, so naturally, we thought we’d share your favorite, and therefore best self-publishing blogs with you. The people have spoken! Here are your top 7 most loved self-publishing blogs from the IngramSpark blog! If you haven’t checked them out yet, you’re sure to find something that interests you. They range in topics from the technical details a self-publisher faces to questions about formats and pricing your book, and then posts about book marketing and book distribution.
Getting a book published is a top goal for many aspiring writers, but understanding the publishing options can be overwhelming and confusing. In this information-packed webcast, some of the myths you may have heard about publishing will be set straight.
Technology has made it easy for authors wondering how to self-publish a book. Self-publishing offers a cost-effective way to share your book with the masses and make a bit of money off of your writing. Whether you are hoping to self-publish a print book or electronic version, here are eight tips on how to self-publish a book.
We’ve launched a new self-publishing podcast called Go Publish Yourself! We couldn’t be more excited to get to connect with you in this way and are thrilled to add a podcast to the free resources we offer to indie authors all over the world.
The end of any year presents a unique opportunity to combine reflection with forward thinking, and 2018 is no exception. Whether you're beginning a new novel, writing a book marketing plan for an existing book, or working on any aspect of your self-publishing journey, now is the time to examine the self-publishing landscape at the conclusion of 2017 and prepare accordingly for 2018. Here's what we saw and predict!
Authors of adult fiction genres are targeting self-sustaining adults. Adults have credit cards, and can buy ebooks or physical copies online at their discretion. But what if you write YA for teenagers?
In part 1 and part 2 of this blog post series, I explained how I landed my first traditional book deal, signed with an agent, sold more books, and then ultimately decided to leave traditional publishing behind! Following is some guidance on how to decide if self-publishing may be a better fit for you.