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What Does it Cost to be a Successful Self-Published Author? The Dirty Costly Secrets

Article written by Michelle Weindenbenner

Many writers want to be published authors and tell me their goal isn’t to make money, it’s to share their story to bring others hope, to leave a legacy, to motivate, to share God’s word, to make people laugh or cry. 2,172 more words

Books

Fractured by Lambert Nagle - Lambert Nagle (2014)

Fractured by Lambert Nagle is a short story prequel to Revolution Earth. As such, I imagine it adds value and insight to folks who are already fans of Revolution Earth. 360 more words

Book Review

Mo and Todd Sell a Million Books, Part One

Have you heard that story about the now wildly-successful author John Grisham having to sell his first novel, “A Time to Kill,” out of the trunk of his car when he couldn’t get any love from the publishing industry? 1,005 more words

Writers

Week 1 - Source Review

This week we were asked to review an article from the journal ‘Source’, issue 75, Summer 2013. I was asked to look at pages 79-82, Self Published Books – Multiple Book Reviews. 237 more words

Raise a Glass (or Your Glasses) and Drink In These Top 10 Irish-Themed Self-Publishing Gems

Outskirts Press’ self-publishing bookstore is brimming with a treasure of Irish-inspired, Emerald Isle-themed books. From historical non-fictions about the Irish immigrants in America to children’s books centered around fairy tales and Irish legends, there’s a wee bit of something rich for anyone and everyone’s reading pleasure. 82 more words

Outskirts Press

The Bluebird Flower

Letters bring life to a collection of interestingly mysterious stories…

What would you do if you found a bundle of letters inside a trunk in an attic? 459 more words

Book Publishing

The Playdough Poem

Does special creation by an awesome God explain how people got here, or does evolution make more sense? Is God real, or is chance in charge? 344 more words

Book Publishing