After all the hard work you put into perfecting your self-published book from content to cover, you certainly want readers to purchase it. One of the most important decisions you’ll make will also determine how well your book sells: the price you choose for your print...
The audiobook market is one of the fastest growing in the publishing industry, and the popularity of audiobooks is only increasing. But many self-published authors may be stumped as to how to offer their books in audio format—and wonder if it’s even worthwhile to do...
Writers usually avoid novellas because traditional publishers usually aren’t interested in these shorter works. A publishing house can’t make the same profit on a novella that it would with a full-length novel—which is why literary agents prefer not to handle...
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