Founder of PublishNext, Randy Kuckuck shares his view on independent publishers and how authors can retain control of their books and garner industry respect.
Michael Hyatt, New York Times bestselling author and former CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers, talks about why WestBow Press, Thomas Nelson's self-publishing division, was created. He is in a unique position to understand both the traditional and independent publishing paths. Watch this interview with one of the industry's top executives and thought leaders. You'll learn the value of self publishing, how it is changing the publishing industry, where traditional publishing fits in, and even whether or not self publishing is considered to be a valid approach (Hint: the stigma is gone).
Join Keith Ogorek, senior vice president of marketing for Author Solutions and self-published author of two books, as he shares tips on how to go from writing your manuscript to publishing your book.
.Join Keith Ogorek, senior vice president of marketing for Author Solutions and self-published author of two books, as he shares tips on how to go from writing your manuscript to publishing your book.
Join Keith Ogorek, Senior Vice President of Marketing for Author Solutions and self-published author of three books, as he shares tips on how to go from writing your manuscript to publishing your book.
Linda Joy Meyers, award-winning author and founder of the National Association of Memoir Writers, shares her experience on self publishing her own book. She discusses hiring designers, starting her own publishing imprint, and the learning curve involved. She also tells us where she spent the most money in her self-publishing project.
Don’t miss the fun, educational and inspirational online panel discussion with published authors Donna Hatch, Amber Scott, and Sarah Eden. These three authors write in romance -- historical, paranormal, regency, and comedic romance, to be exact. But don’t be fooled… the conversation is not limited to writing in the romance genre. What we can learn from them seems unlimited. All three of these successful authors have experience in self publishing and traditional publishing. They are active in their writing communities; they deliver webinars and workshops, and attend conferences and conventions. They blog, host author events, promote themselves, and balance busy lives while still finding time to write award winning novels. Every author should know how to cultivate the kind of success these three authors have developed. Come and learn from them, ask questions, find out what works and what mistakes to avoid. Register now, as space is limited, and join the conversation.