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Academic Authors: The Perils of Losing Control of your Content

By Daniel Berze, Senior Vice President, Glasstree Academic Publishing

After months, and often years of work spent developing your manuscript for publishing, not to mention the years that have gone into the researching and developing your ideas, academic authors eventually reach the stage of publication. 808 more words

Academic Publishing

Kind ways to deal with damaged POD books - guest post at Alliance of Independent Authors

Any kind of merchant has to deal with damaged stock from time to time, but authors are usually shielded from this inevitable part of bookish life. 117 more words

Writing Life

Party for poison pens

Great excitement: I have just been invited to participate in “What’s Your Poison?”, the summer crime party held by local bookshop Heffers.  I missed it last year, as I was away on my writing retreat, but this year the stars are in alignment and on Thursday 6 July 2017 I will be rubbing shoulders with fellow crime addicts and writers.  184 more words

Limited Time Sales Promotion Event

Take advantage of this special offer with my sales promotion link for Society 6 to receive 20% off everything & free worldwide shipping!!! Available for a limited time only, ending May 6th at midnight Pacific Time….

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Limited Time Sales Promotion At #Society6

Use this sales promotion link for my gallery at Society 6 to receive 20% off everything & free worldwide shipping!!! This special offer is for a limited time only, ending May 6th at midnight Pacific Time….

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GLASSTREE EXPANDS ACADEMIC PUBLISHING PROGRAM TO AUSTRALIA AND MIDDLE EAST

May 2, 2017—Glasstree Academic Publishing is proud to announce its expansion into two important new regions—Australia/New Zealand and the Middle East/North Africa—through partnerships with local companies… 404 more words

Academic Publishing

Pros and Cons setting up a book with IngramSpark

Following up on my previous post, here are some of the pros and cons that I have found working with IngramSpark.

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I find both IngramSpark and CreateSpace relatively easy to work with, especially if you upload .pdf files instead of .doc files. 625 more words