Interviews

Interviews with indie authors, publishers and book service providers in the self-publishing realm

Sarah Ettritch – Author Interview

1. How did you come to self-publish?

It’s an exciting time for self-publishers right now, especially in the digital arena. Not long ago the traditional route was the clear choice for fiction, but with the rise of online bookstores and now eBooks, it’s a tougher call.…

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Ahoy!

I’m writing and publishing a color and b+w comic called “Ontario Reality Generation”. It is part book and part music. you can download both for free here:

www.bloodandblonde.com

1. How did you come to self-publish? Did you try to get published traditionally?

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An Introduction to Elita F. Daniels

An introduction to Elita F. Daniels, author of Tree of Life (Part I).

1. How did you come to self-publish? Did you try to get published traditionally?

Given the industry lead-times on getting a publisher and the fact that most won’t accept manuscripts unless via an agent along with the fact that we had our own inhouse technical experience when dealing with book media we decided to head along the path of self-publishing rather than sitting around and being subjected to the whims of the big-six.…

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Bonnie Turner – Author Interview

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1. How did you come to self-publish? Did you try to get published traditionally?

Houghton Mifflin published my middle-grade novel, The Haunted Igloo, in 1991. I actively promoted it for a few years in elementary schools until my husband became ill and went on hospice.…

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Acronym of an Author: jaebi

The following is a brief interview with jaebi, an author who put intense thought into his name for about 10-15 minutes. Since then he’s barely given it another thought, so for the foreseeable future, jaebi will stand for “just another existential brief incarnation.”

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