As most indie authors know, the self-publishing landscapeis dynamic and ever-changing. From Amazon’s constantly shifting algorithms to fleeting fads in every genre, self-publishing is, in many ways, unpredictable. But that doesn’t mean we can’t try to predict it by examining recent trends
It doesn’t matter how amazing your book is, all new authors need to understand that their book won’t sell itself. Your aim could either be to share your story or make money. To do that successfully, you will have to
With ebook sales on downward trends, print books coming back, and audiobooks rising, the next six months of 2019 still look promising for those authors who understand that self-publishing takes time and invest in book marketing. Sara Stratton, CEO of
Richard McMunn, a bestselling author, educator, and award-winning publisher, is one of the most successful authorpreneurs in Europe. He is also the living proof that your website can be the perfect bookstore: 65% of his sales come from his website.
As a self-published author, you’re faced with a seemingly endless array of tasks. Although self-publishers are blessed with the freedom to do things their own way, they’re also cursed with a lot of responsibility. Naturally, due to the range of
The 32.1% rise in digital audiobook revenues in 2018's first quarter testifies that people enjoy stories in different formats. Digital, when they travel, print at home, audio during commuting. For those authors who have figured it out, audiobooks make a significant additional
One of the significant perks of attending writers' conferences and events is that you get to meet people you wouldn't usually bump into in the street. Although, with Robert Yehling, award-winning author, journalist, poet, and book editor, the odds would