February 9th, 2015

Persistence Pays: For Indie or Traditional Publishing

Holly Robinson

I’m in a semi-comatose state after crashing through the first draft of a novel in six months to meet my editor’s deadline.

Not that I’m complaining. I’ve been struggling to get to this point in my career for over twenty-five years. After earning a degree in biology, I started writing fiction and went […]

May 23rd, 2014

10 Reasons Why You Should Know How To Format Ebooks

By Kait Nolan, @kaitnolan

I’ve been around since the fairly early days of self publishing. My first ebook went live in early 2010. Since then, the market has exploded and a thousand things have changed. Something that’s true this month may not be true the next.

But two things have remained more or less […]

December 11th, 2013

One World, Many Authors…How Does It Work?

All of us at WITS do our best to bring you information about every aspect of today’s publishing. Today’s post delves into a unique project, and New York Times bestselling author, Deb Holland, is here to tell you all about it — the good, the bad and the OMG!

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December 14th, 2012

Marketing Your E-Book: Making The Most Of Your Time

By Lyn Horner

I’m sure you’ve all heard this before but it bears repeating. When you publish an e-book, expect to spend as much time on marketing as you spend writing the next book, especially if you’re new on the publishing scene. In order to get the most from promotional efforts, it’s wise to pick […]

May 30th, 2012

GETTIN’ BUSY WITH IT –Business Decisions for Publishing Careers

Following NYT author, Susan Squires’ post about the logic behind herchoice (if you missed it, you can read it here) I thought our in-house attorney’s blog is a perfect compliment!

By Susan Spann

How does an author choose between traditional and independent publishing? How do I know which option is right for me?

The […]