There are lots of reasons to start your own online bookstore. You may be self-publishing in print on demand or POD, so that you have copies of your books for sale. Or, you may have a publisher who has gone bankrupt or closed its doors, so you’ve purchased boxes of books that you’d like to sell. Or, you may have purchased author copies somewhere along the line that you’d like to sell and get out of your basement.
I’ve had all of these experiences.
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Conferences are a great place to get new ideas and tips, no matter what you do, from well drilling to computer programming. In 2016, I was thrilled to be a presenter at all three of the TBEX (Travel Bloggers Exchange) travel blogging conferences: Bloomington, Minnesota; Stockholm, Sweden; and Manila, Philippines. Continue reading Ebook Publishing Tips from 2016 TBEX Travel Writing Conferences
Book publishing seems to change every day, and with it, the opportunities available to authors to find success on their own terms. Hybrid publishing–traditional style publishing where authors foot the bill–seems to be one of the most successful. Continue reading Award Winning Picture Book Authors Find Success Through Hybrid Publishing