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The Write Stuff – Choosing the Best BISAC Genre for Your Book




In the beginning, the world was void – formless, nameless, unreadable. Then everything got categorized, and we’ve been trying to file it ever since. It makes sense, doesn’t it? So too with books. Just as soon as an author writes something, somebody comes along and categorizes it. The most successful authors categorize their work first, […]


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Self-Publishing History: It Didn’t Start With Gutenberg




Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock (or a clay tablet), you probably know that the publishing industry is in the middle of a revolution right now. You see the evidence everywhere. Mass publishing has seen greater changes in the past ten years than at any other time in history since the invention of the […]


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LIBRARY DISTRIBUTION: THE SWEET “Shhhh” OF SUCCESS




When you write a book, getting book distribution is a major component of publishing success. Getting the widest distribution possible for your book should be your main goal. Once you’ve gone to the trouble of writing your best ideas and publishing them, you’ll want as many people as possible to engage with you. As a […]


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