Andre Calilhanna

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Andre Calilhanna is the editor and manager of the BookBaby blog. He's a musician, songwriter, writer, marketer, husband, dad, soccer board member, and soon-to-be author. Check him out at Twitter.com/dre_cal.

Book Production And The Self-Published Author [Video]

When it comes to professional book production, the interior formatting is absolutely critical. Whether the pages have two columns or one column, the type and size of font that's used, the spacing... all of that is very important.
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Are You Breaking These Grammar Rules?

I enjoyed this infographic and agreeing/disagreeing with the rationale behind the green light to break these grammar rules. And ultimately, isn't language there to be twisted and abused?
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Self Publishing Lets You Take Creative Control

The freedom provided by self publishing, along with the changes in traditional publishing, opened up more avenues for me, as an author, to take creative control of my own projects.
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Reading Habits Around The World [Infographic]

With Game of Thrones airing its final season, riveting political sagas animating our TV screens, Tiger Woods achieving new heights in a career filled with milestones, and tragic and compelling news stories being broadcast from around the world... are people still reading?
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How To Work With A Self-Publishing Company

If you plan to work with a self-publishing company, start the production process early on. Make a connection with the company who will produce your book and allay the uncertainty you feel as you ponder the unknowns of the self-publishing process.
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Voices Silenced: 12 Authors Who Died in 2018

Let's pause a moment to pay homage to 12 authors (or folks who otherwise contributed to the written word) who passed in 2018. Of course, this is nowhere near an exhaustive list, so add tributes to those who meant the most to you in the comments section.
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This Just In… Reading Makes You Smarter [Infographic]

Reading makes you smarter. But it's not just book smarts. Reading — and reading fiction, in particular — helps develop one's capacity for empathy, self-reflection, and theory of mind.

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