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During my last year of college, I had the extreme pleasure of being the editor-in-chief of my school’s branch of a national publishing platform.  It was here that I was able to seek out, interview, and hire and team of writers that I was then able to communicate with almost daily, brainstorm with, and edit for.   486 more words


Open Ebooks Coming to Project MUSE: An Interview with Wendy Queen

It seems that we hear about new efforts to reposition the scholarly monograph for an open environment almost every day: services such as Knowledge Unlatched… 1,042 more words


Big News for Audiophiles

Are you a fan of audiobooks? If you are, then I have big news for you. The Harry Russo Diaries are coming to audio!

That’s right, I have just signed a deal with… 62 more words

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How Not to Get Overwhelmed: Picking Your Publishing Platform(s)

This is the sixth article in the series: How Not to Get Overwhelmed with Indie Publishing. Below is the list, including links to the subjects we’ve already covered. 1,824 more words

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Colleen Chesebro reblogged this on Colleen Chesebro ~ Fairy Whisperer and commented:

Excellent information for NEW or soon to be INDY Authors! Thanks, Rachael Ritchey. <3

Book Publishing Startup Software Platform, Booktrope, to Shut Down Operations

Booktrope plans to go out of business at the end of May, bringing an end to its “team publishing” platform used by ad hoc groups of authors, editors, marketers and designers to create and market print books and e-books. 249 more words


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Ebook Visibility, Playster, Leafless, and the Scribd Blacklist

I discovered–and right now I’m blanking on how, probably on another author blog–Playster, “an all-inclusive entertainment network, providing a wonderful array of books, music, movies and games to its members. 1,115 more words

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