This weekend, I had the pleasure of addressing New Generation Publishing's Self-publishing Summit. The conference was laid out to take you through the process of self-publishing, with panels that took you in order through a general survey, editing, production, and finally marketing. I had been asked to talk on the first panel, and then the summary panel at the end, so whilst other panelists came and went, I got a fascinating insight into the whole picture.
What was especially interesting was the emergence of particular themes across the panels. They marked what felt like a subtle shift in the way both authors and the industry are talking about self-publishing. There was little sense of defensiveness, of lines being drawn and positions taken, and cases needing to be made. And the focus was less focus on marketing than on craft.
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The Self-Publishing Book Expo marked its fifth anniversary Saturday at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City with a day full of panels, workshops, and addresses, as well as a host of exhibitors—all dedicated to indie books.
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