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shirani-rajapakse's picture
Nov.14.2011
E publishing sounds interesting. But do you ever earn anything from it? I mean even if you publish on kindle and get 70 percent royalties you have to pay a 30 percent tax which makes the earnings almost like nothing. Anyone out there had any positive responses?
mark-miller's picture
Nov.09.2011
Giovanni Gelati. That's right, Trestle Press's main man is back and he says something to say. Oh, this is a big deal and I am thrilled to be a part of it!Amish Knitting Circle now occupies the numbers 2,3,4,5 rankings in short story fiction in all of Amazon Kindle, not by category, but overall...
tim-hewtson-le-roux's picture
Nov.08.2011
Just as our sales via Smashwords (primarily via B&N) have increased by 500% and even our paperback sales are up slightly, the Kindle side of the business has crashed - virtually disappeared. What is going on? One thing I have learnt over the last 18 months is that when big things happen on...
robert-earle's picture
Oct.29.2011
I finally have managed to launch publication of The Man Clothed in Linen on Amazon and Barnes and Noble...but it's been a struggle, and I have a lot more to do. Here are some of my experiences: I tried Scrivener as a means of formatting my Word document as an ebook.  It was way too complicated...
collin-kelley's picture
Oct.28.2011
Among the files I rescued from my 20-year-old word processor (now in recycling heaven) were four short stories written in the mid to late 90s. I had submitted one of the stories, How Fanny Got Her House, to literary magazines back in the day with no success. Now that self-publishing eBooks is...
camille-marchetta's picture
Oct.26.2011
Thinking it would be easier for him than for me, I asked my very obliging publisher to put my book up on Kindle, and though he always insisted he’d done it, it was never there when I looked.  Since this was at a time when Amazon.com was being difficult about self-published books not printed by...
dale-estey's picture
Oct.24.2011
Of course, the fact that THE ELEPHANT TALKS TO GOD is on Kindle and is awash in glorious Elephant photos has nothing to do with this information. Just to let ya know how eReaders keep on keepin' on. Why, if I had a dollar for every . . . hmmmm   * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *   Amazon...
rob-loughran's picture
Oct.19.2011
I’ve been writing query letters for three weeks.   I found a shitload of online reviewers at several sites. They review anything and everything from GLBT Vegan Cookbooks to YA Christian Vampire/Slasher Porn (I’m joking yawl, please don’t take offense...) If you need to garner some reviews to...
warren-adler's picture
Oct.18.2011
So, Amazon is to become the official publisher of its own books. It was, of course, bound to happen, too tempting to resist. After all, it does represent a large chunk of the retail book business and does operate its own production and distribution facilities both through its Kindle and print...
stacy-juba's picture
Oct.16.2011
  My young adult paranormal novel Dark Before Dawn is one of 10 spooky YA novels marked 99 cents through Halloween. Curl up on a dark night with these bewitching offerings from 10 traditionally published authors whose credits include Kindle Bestsellers, Romantic Times Top Picks, and Rita and...