Column by Dathan Auerbach August 7, 2018
"Penpal" author Dathan Auerbach returns with "Bad Man", and tells us how he went from Reddit to a major publisher.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
Got a book coming out and no money for a publicist? Here are some things I learned hawking my own wares.
Column by Peter Derk July 21, 2017
When it comes to selling books, it's good to be a whore. Just don't be a CHEAP whore.
Column by Holly Kothe November 9, 2016
Freelance editors sometimes get a bum rap from authors in the literary world. They are seen as predators. Critical snobs. The scum of the earth. Hello, I'm a freelance editor.
Column by Peter Derk September 14, 2016
If a guy were to buy $100 of eBook marketing materials, how much would it earn him?
News by Raine Winters October 29, 2015
Copycats are no fun.
News by Raine Winters
Dear Publishers: Cornelia will not be making your suggested edits.
Column by George Cotronis June 25, 2015
You've learned how to combine stock images to create vaguely interesting book covers. Time to learn some easy typography tricks.
Column by Keith Rawson March 25, 2015
Does Indie publishing need to be defended? Do even the oceans of crap deserve it?
News by Raine Winters
Write On, the new crowd-publishing platform, hopes to compete with Wattpad.
News by Peter Derk February 4, 2015
Readership: The punny platform where donations follow "likes."
Column by Dean Fetzer December 17, 2014
Do we have a responsibility to our readers to behave ethically when we market our books?
Column by Brandon Tietz October 22, 2014
Even after going mainstream, self-publishing is still associated with a myriad of stigmas. Here's a few to consider before you make the leap.
Column by Christopher Shultz March 13, 2014
With the numerous self-publishing options available to authors, TowerBabel stands out with a few tricks up its sleeves.
Column by Dean Fetzer February 4, 2014
Brenna Aubrey turned down a six-figure book deal to self-publish. Why? It’s a case highlighting the turmoil at the heart of writing and publishing that doesn’t show any signs of going away.
Column by Kelly Thompson January 21, 2014
After eighteen months I head back to Kickstarter with my new novel. Find out why and what I hope will be better — or at least different — this time around.
News by Christopher Shultz October 21, 2013
Aaron Stanton finds a wealth of potentially offensive content available through Amazon, Google Play, and Barnes & Noble.
Column by Cath Murphy October 3, 2013
Don't let your blog become a slog. Use this guide to freshen up your writing platform.
Column by Virginia Wade June 12, 2013
Virginia Wade, author of the successful "Cum For Bigfoot" series, talks erotica, self publishing and the joys of ape-sex.
News by Dean Fetzer April 10, 2013
Barnes & Noble have launched a new publishing service based on the PubIt! Platform “with added features powered by self-publishing service provider FastPencil.”
News by Dean Fetzer March 27, 2013
BiblioCrunch, a 'marketplace' to find vetted book publishing and editorial services has joined up with the publishing community to provide services for premium customers.
Column by Erik Wecks
Self publishing offers an author a means to write their story just the way they want without having to fit within the conventions of the traditional machine.
Column by Bree Ogden March 4, 2013
Navigating the rough terrain of today’s publishing industry shouldn’t be a solo event. This week in Ask the Agent, I’ll explore and dissect 3 of the industry’s mysteries straight from the shoulder.
Column by Erik Wecks February 28, 2013
Amazon made changes to their affiliate agreement last week which will reshape how eBooks are marketed and priced.
News by Christopher Shultz February 8, 2013
Fresh off a successful crowdfunding campaign, the new website aims to give authors a fast and simple way to craft their work for eReaders.