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Essential Knowledge For Every New Self-Publisher

Dave Chesson
Dave Chesson, Kindlepreneur

Self-publishing can be equally exciting and overwhelming. On the one hand, it’s the best opportunity for most of us to realize our dream of publishing a book. Who wouldn’t be excited by the thought of expressing their ideas creatively and hopefully making some money in the process?

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3 Powerful Ways To Level Up As A Self-Published Author

AMZProfSometimes it can be a challenge to stand out from the crowd of self-published authors.

It seems as if almost everyone is publishing their own writing these days. One of the things which sets self-published authors apart from traditional writers is the need to be business savvy.…

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An Interview with Tameka Mullins: Author of 12 Hours of Daylight

Tameka Mullins Tameka Mullins is a Detroit, Michigan native, poet, blogger and digital marketer who loves pop culture and traveling to exotic locations. Her writing has been highlighted on NPR and in countless women’s periodicals and e-publications. She’s worked at The Girl Scouts of the USA, WCBS Radio and Newsweek.

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An Interview with Wolfgang Edwards: Author of The University of Corporeal and Ethereal Studies

Wolfgang EdwardsWolfgang Edwards was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1987. He has been an aspiring writer since he was a child and intends to keep writing the rest of his life.

Tell us about your book.

My book began as an idea to write short stories set in a fictional University where students’ science experiments and art projects tinkered with supernatural elements, leading to misadventures, action and horror.…

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A Writer’s Day in Motion: Seth Mullins

Seth Mullins Books

An inspired state of mind reminds me of the dreaming state in one crucial respect: No matter how hard you try and revive the memory of it later, that recollection will never be quite as vivid as the original manifestation. I keep a notebook close by, as often as possible; in my backpack when I’m hiking; beside me at the table in a restaurant or café.…

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Which E-Book Subscription Services Will Survive the Year?

E-book services come and go. With the current state of the economy, even some of the biggest publishers and services are struggling to survive in the market. Scribd has just heavily reduced its e-book service. Oyster, at one point an industry giant, has just announced its complete closure.…

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