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Author and photographer, Lee Foster, explains the difference between work for hire vs. royalty publishers.
YA author Jessica Brody offers a look at the eBook route for YA publishing. She reviews some of the perks and some of the reasons to consider print in addition to eBooks.
You’re ready to take the publishing leap but feel lost in a sea of information around eBooks, sound familiar? With so many options available from having a one on one relationship with each retailer to having a company do everything for you and assisted self publishing it can be easy to get overwhelmed by the choices, requirements, and tools available. You've poured your heart and soul into your manuscript, let’s discuss steps to help you move to the next step and specifically call out differences for eBook publishing.
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.
One of the key components of any publishing contract is the royalty structure. This article offers a look at some of the variables in royalty calculations.
If you are keeping up with the ever changing publishing industry, you know that the popularity of ebooks is rising fast. So how do you create an ebook? This article explains how to format, convert, and upload an ebook for sale
This article offers some considerations for the author choosing between print and eBook publishing formats, including costs, distribution, and audience reach.
Listen in as Pete Nikolai, Director of Backlist Development and Publishing Services at Thomas Nelson, describes why authors don't need to put their ebook on EVERY available ebook platform.
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.
eBooks are here to stay. Listen in as several authors share their thoughts in this phenomenon, such as how the eBook trend is following the indie music movement and how it opens up markets for authors. In this interview you'll hear from Anastasia Farace, Dennis Middlemist; S.C. Cobb, David Brown, Robert F. Edwards, Judith Andrade, Robert Grajewski, Elaine Cooper, and Heidi Williams.