Tag: kindle direct publishing

by Julie Keck

1. Amazon to pay KDP authors ‘per page’ (Lisa Campbell / The Bookseller) 2. Amazon’s e-books business investigated by European antitrust regulators (David Streitfeld & Mark Scott / New York Times) 3. Library of Congress e-books allow for historical documents on tablets (Nicole Gorman / Education World) 4. Could 2015 be the year for e-fairness? […] more »

by Carla King

Title: Which Self-Publishing Platform is Best for You? Instructor: Carla King, founder of Self-Pub Boot Camp Join us for a 1-hour training exploring the major self-publishing companies to learn what each company provides in the way of book creation services and distribution. This session will identify challenges that authors often face when making this first crucial […] more »

by Carla King

In 2014 it seems that both publishers and authors accepted the fact that self-publishing and traditional publishing are not mutually exclusive. Non-delusional authors sell books and build platforms concurrently with seeking an agent and a traditional deal. Today’s publishers like to see proof that the author has an audience. The “hybrid author” is more the […] more »

by Carla King

The advancement in self-publishing tools and technology is a lot to keep up with, so here’s a roundup of the news that I think mattered most to self-publishers in 2013 and will continue to shape the industry this year. 1. Ingram Spark Gives Amazon CreateSpace a Run for Its Money Ingram Content Group finally launched […] more »