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Never say Goodbye

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This is my first attempt at flash fiction.  The photograph above is the inspiration for this  279 more words

You want your book to sell, right?

“Whether you design your own book exterior and interior or are working with a professional, here are a few precepts that will guide you towards a better product, and thus more sales. 113 more words

Writing

Moving Print Book Files from CreateSpace to IngramSpark

A couple of years ago Lynne Cantwell gave a great overview of three of the most popular choices for paperback distribution: CreateSpace, Lulu, and IngramSpark. As Lynne explained, while all three have benefits, IngramSpark, owned by Ingram Content Group, “has the most robust distribution chain of any of the three POD services, as its parent…

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Books And Publishing

Amazon’s New Pre-Order Policies Give Authors More Flexibility

“Amazon recently made some changes to their pre-order process that give authors more flexibility. Back in 2014, in what was considered a great leap forward foward self-published authors, … 57 more words

Books

Indies Unlimited 2015 Flash Fiction Anthology - Now in Paperback

The paperback version of the 2015 Indies Unlimited Flash Fiction Anthology is now available on Amazon.

The volume contains 51 stories by 36 different authors from around the world, including… 47 more words

News

Aren't you supposed to be writing right now?

Ernest Mendozza begins his Indies Unlimited post “Essential Apps for Procrastinating Writers” with a paragraph that attracted my attention because I am supposed to be writing right now rather than reading his post and creating a new post of my own to talk about his post. 161 more words

Writing

Writing, Book Promotion, and Life: A Personal Decision — Indies Unlimited

This is something I can definitely relate to after my previous experience with publishing. I’ve only just published my first novel under my pen name of Alex R Carver, but I can already feel the drain of marketing when it isn’t my natural forte.

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Writing