While audiobooks are clearly increasing in popularity, and there are several options on how to approach their production, they are still often more time consuming and costly than print publishing. This can especially true for authors seeking authentic accents or certain degrees of control over the production.
Rachael Hardcastle of Curious Cat Books present the 5 most common mistakes she seen new authors make and how to avoid them.
While big companies own the distribution channels, many authors still find they enjoy greater control over their book printing by using local printers.
Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing dominates the self-publishing market and many, if not most, self-publishing authors feel obliged to use it at least as a part of their publishing strategy. But there are other options. Some have been around for a while, and some are fairly new. Each has their own pros and cons, so let’s […]
Book publishing has come a long way in the last twenty years. What was once only the available to author through large companies has now become accessible to any independent author. But that has meant many new players in the game. How are you to tell the good — the ones who want to produce […]
The 2010s have seen an explosion in self-publishing technologies and platforms. Despite this, a strong stigma against self-publishing still exists among authors and readers. But there are so many advantages to self-publishing that even some notable best-selling authors have turned to self-publishing their books. If they’re doing it, perhaps there is something to it. When […]