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cliff-burns's picture
May.05.2009
My pal Gord sent me a recent article from the Globe and Mail, an update on Terry Fallis. I've blogged about Terry:  after having no luck finding any takers for his novel Best Laid Plans, he self-published through iUniverse.  The book went on to stun the Canadian publishing world by becoming the...
gianna-roa's picture
Mar.09.2009
 Among the most popular and most sought after books published, self-help books right now are very much in demand and seem to be well replacing the How To genre book of all times. When a reader chooses a self-help book, it doesn’t necessarily mean there is something wrong with her. It is based on...
cliff-burns's picture
Jan.20.2009
Just published what I think is a foolproof strategy for saving the publishing industry, dramatically improving book sales and presenting a wider, more diverse pool of writers.  This article appears on my blog, Beautiful Desolation. But will those dumbies in New York, Toronto and London listen?  The...
gianna-roa's picture
Nov.23.2008
             We’ve all known by now that POD stands for Print On Demand publishing. This is the type of publishing where the publisher will only print books when there is an order. Virtually, an author has thousands of books waiting to be published and waiting to be printed after someone makes an...
gary-g-gach's picture
May.23.2008
I try to refrain from gossip, and speaking about that which I do not know first-hand. Hard to do when your profession is Writer, I know. "Write about what you know," is the Writers' Workshop Adage. So here's my own first-hand experience with Amazon Print-on-Demand (POD). I'd love it if...
gary-g-gach's picture
May.21.2008
for more on the story:     http://www.writersweekly.com/amazon.php     http://writersweekly.com/the_latest_from_angelahoycom/004701_05212008.html  
gary-g-gach's picture
May.21.2008
Stop me if you've heard this elsewhere. But I just got email from an editor of mine, Tony Barnstone, who wishes me to post this on my blog.  So here it goes.  More at 11.   ________________   Hi All, I am sorry to clog your box with a cause email, but I thought I should spread the word...
sandra-ann-miller's picture
Apr.07.2008
I’ve always been a fan of Amazon. It’s a great place to buy books at two in the morning. You can throw in a CD, a toaster, or even an “As Seen on TV” product while you’re at it, most likely at a nice discount. You can “Look Inside!” novels or the latest self-help tome before you purchase. Read...