Author Joan Gelfand talks about the three things that all authors should focus on to be successful.
John McAlester, founder of PigeonLab, discusses how the internet has changed the publishing world and how authors can benefit from the rapid changes.
Author and photographer, Lee Foster, discusses his approach to formatting for his latest book, "Northern California Travel: The Best Options."
Author Joan Gelfand discusses using music with her poetry to evoke different emotions than the poetry alone.
Author Joan Gelfand discusses resources for writers and poets, both local and around the world.
John McAlester, founder of PigeonLab, talks about how eBooks work well with most types of books, and when you might want to consider print books.
If you want to break into the ebook market but aren’t sure where to start, this is the webinar for you. Author Susan Orosco will teach you how to bring a nonfiction ebook to market, including title selection, book design, organization, formatting and marketing tips.
Author Heather Hummel shares her thoughts on eBooks, including the tools she uses to create the eBook file, the need for an editor and graphic designer, and the pros and cons of eBooks over print books.
The technology of publishing is changing. E-books are reshaping the publishing world at a rapid rate. What are e-books? How are they used? What are the advantages and downsides? Read on for answers.
Charles Ardai, founder and editor of Hard Case Crime, talks about publishing books in paperback in an age when bookshelves are shrinking and the digital word is gaining steam.
Lauren Hesse, assistant digital manager of Doubleday Books, discusses current trends she is seeing at Doubleday Books.
While traditional publishing is still relevant, technology has provided new opportunities for publishing and marketing a book. Eleanor Vincent has learned firsthand that eBooks have opened up a whole new realm, allowing authors to reach a much broader audience.
Many authors are interested in e-publishing. The following primer will educate authors about the formats, file types, proprietary considerations, and the big players in the e-book market.