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Amazon’s CreateSpace Continues to Grow, Devour Self-Published Print Market
Bowker released their annual statistics for 2017 charting the release of self-published books that carry ISBNs issued by the company (and as we know, a large number of self-published titles, particula... read more
The Cruel Paradox of Self-Publishing
But he added this unassailable qualification: "Most self-published books sell fewer than 100 or 150 copies, many authors and self-publishing company executives say." Story Continues ... book as a prin... read more
Creating the Uber of Publishing
Creating the Uber of Publishing How Tablo, Draft2Digital and Bookfunnel Can Team up to Fix What’s Broken in Their Industry An Uber of publishing is right around the corner, and, when it arrives, the m... read more
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Apple, Amazon and the uncertain future of the book startup
Any company that comes along trying to reinvent book publishing is competing not only with traditional book publishers but also with Amazon(s AMZN), which is almost 20 years old but keeps finding new ... read more
Reasons Not to Self-Publish in 2011-2012: A List
Midway through writing the piece, I realized I’d have to continue the discussion ... I don’t want to be Amazon’s Bitch Many self-published authors have gone totally electronic, eschewing print version... read more
The GMO Fear Train Has Left the Station
For GMO opponents, it’s been a good news/bad news week. The good news: Vermont became the first state to mandate the labeling of foods containing genetically modified ingredients. (More about that in ... read more
Ebooks need to re-invent Pulp!
Throughout, you are invited to continue the conversation online and help shape this ... Tobias Buckell, Science Fiction author with work first published in both tradtional and new ebook market makes a ... read more
How I got a big advance from a big publisher and self-published anyway
Print publishers have no idea who is buying their books. More than 85% of books sales are online, mostly at Amazon. It used to be that a print ... about the future of the publishing industry. 1. Self- ... read more
When can a book be digital-only, and when does it need to be print too?
The company hasn’t done a print-only deal — like bestselling self-published author Hugh Howey’s print ... “As the serial format continues to grow, getting publishers and getting my colleagues to under... read more