Tag: publish

Should You Publish a Second Edition?

Should You Publish a Second Edition?

The phrase “now in its second edition” would sound pretty great next to your nonfiction book title, wouldn’t it? Traditional publishers might suggest a second edition if the first one sells well or if the content changes regularly. Indie authors can decide for themselves when the time is right to do a second, third, or […]

How Many People Should Read My Book Before It’s Published? by Amberly Finarelli

How Many People Should Read My Book Before It’s Published? by Amberly Finarelli

You’ve done it: you just finished the first draft of your manuscript! Once that adrenaline-surging moment of completing such a monumental task has passed, you can’t wait to have someone else take a look at your work…and, okay, you’re probably a little nervous about it, too. Will readers “get” it? Does the development and flow […]

Introducing Local Chapter Leader Barbara Bailey from Atlanta, Georgia

Introducing Local Chapter Leader Barbara Bailey from Atlanta, Georgia

Name: Barbara A. Bailey, PhD Website URL: www.barbarabaileyphd.com Social Media Links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/babatlanta Book Title(s) (if applicable): work in progress NFAA Chapter Location: Atlanta, GA NFAA Meetup Group Link: http://www.meetup.com/Atlanta-Chapter-Nonfiction-Authors-Association/ Tell us a bit about you. What kinds of writing do you do and what do you do for work? I write nonfiction. My career experiences […]

Teleseminar: Judy Cullins on How to Write, Publish and Promote Ebooks

Teleseminar: Judy Cullins on How to Write, Publish and Promote Ebooks

Event Date: May 20, 2015 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST Join us with book coach Judy Cullins as she shares her strategies for producing ebooks. Judy Cullins, M.A., has been book coaching since 1990. Over 90 clients have self-published with her guidance and many more have benefited from her up-to-date marketing techniques. She […]

How to Publish an Ebook

How to Publish an Ebook

Ebooks have been exploding in recent years. In 2011, Amazon announced that Kindle books were outselling all books on the site. Astounding! To take advantage of this huge growth curve, authors should convert printed books into ebooks. To get on the ebook gravy train, set up an Amazon Digital Text Platform account (http://dtp.amazon.com) and distribute […]