Four mistakes you don't want to make in self-publishing a book series. Links at the back of each book? Trade paperbacks before ebooks? Social Signal Syndication not set? Central Membership site instead of standalone blog?
Meghan Cox Gurdon reviews “Circus Mirandus,” by Cassie Beasley; “Big Top Burning,” by Laura A. Woollett; “Orpheus in the Underworld,” by Yvan Pommaux; and Luke Fischer’s “The Blue Forest,” illustrated by Stephanie Young and Tim Smith.
Among the noteworthy titles hitting shelves next week are the autobiography of a history-making teen, the latest picture book from an award-winning illustrator, and the anticipated script for a YA character's autobiographical musical.
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“You can’t publish something that was never written.” Chris Kennedy The Bucket List Life Podcast Episode #50 – Self-Publisher & Author Chris Kennedy Self-Publisher & Author Chris Kennedy What has been a reoccurring bucket list item for many of our...
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Kelly Davis Beckley's insight:
Kind of irritates me that every celebrity automatically gets a publishing contract for their children's books, whether they are good or not. While the rest of us are forced to self-publish our awesome books! Sigh.
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