writing a best-selling book

Writing A Best-Selling Book [Infographic]

There's no formula for writing a best-selling book, but that doesn't mean it's not worthwhile to dissect best sellers and look for trends and patterns to better understand what these books have in common.
hybrid publishing

The Hybrid Publishing Model

There are many ways to approach a hybrid publishing strategy, but the premise is simple: take the elements from the traditional and self-publishing models that best suit your situation.
multimedia fiction

Could Multimedia Storytelling Work For You?

Multimedia fiction is typically very visual and tends to be very short. Some authors see an opportunity with this format of storytelling to attract the attention of mainstream teens.
book sales

Four Elements Of Strategic Income From Your Book Sales

By focusing on value, variety, volume, and velocity of strategic revenue, you can maximize your sales and profits now and over the long term.
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Book News: Amazons’ Brick & Mortar Store, The SheepOver Gets A Deal, Into The...

For anyone who equates Amazon with the transformation of in-store retail culture to the stay-at-home experience of online shopping, the retail giant is writing a new chapter. Earlier this month, the first Amazon Books store opened in University Village in Seattle, Washington.
self-publishing budget

Self-publishing Budget Advice From Miral Sattar – #BBchat recap

For the June edition of our #BBchat Twitter chat, we asked a few of our authors and literary friends from around the world, including Miral Sattar (CEO of Bibliocrunch) for thoughts on self-publishing budget strategies, as well as tips for trading services and finding freelance help. We frequently hear our author friends asking how to build a budget for their book, and Miral has penned two articles for PBS MediaShift on the subject, one detailing “The Real Costs of Self-Publishing a Book” and another explaining “How to Self-Publish Your Book on a Budget."
best-seller potential

Realize Your Best-seller Potential: Focus On These Five Details

Your book metadata includes your book description, categories, keywords, and your author bio. Delivering this information is where many independent authors fall short.

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