Posts Tagged: Lightning Source

What do bookstores want…and why indie authors should learn to give it to them. Part IV, the final chapter.
October 2, 2013
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                                                                                                           Via: Flickr No doubt you’ve heard of Barnes & Noble. Perhaps even Chapters Indigo. Maybe even Waterstones. But have you heard of Dymocks? How about Eason & Son? Crossword Books? These are just […]
What bookstores want….and why indie authors should learn to give it to them. Part I.
September 11, 2013
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                                                                     Via: Flickr I see a lot of indie authors complaining that they can’t get their books into the indie bookstores. They blame it on a number of things. Their book comes from Createspace. The manager refused to even look at it. They told me they had no room for my book. He […]
Bestseller List or just a list of BS?
July 10, 2013
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                                                     Via: Flickr             Not long ago my wife called me from the bookstore and asked if I wanted the latest book by one of my favorite authors. I said sure, this author had never disappointed me in the past and his books are prominent on the shelves of our home. He’s a New York Times bestselling author many times over […]
How Indie are you?
March 14, 2013
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                                                         Via: Flickr As the world of self-publishing continues to grow and change, the term indie author is naturally evolving as well. Most would define the term in the simplest definition as possible; Indie Author: An author who produces and publishes their own work without the aid of a traditional publishing entity. But is it really that simple? Is […]