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The Finesse Of The Final Cut by Helga Schier

For decades writers (and readers) bemoaned the fact that so many good books remained unpublished. It seemed that the industry’s gatekeepers agents and editors and publishers didn’t even look at your work unless you had amazing pedigree or a publication list a mile long. A first-time writer had a better chance of winning the lottery […]

Rear-view, Front-view

With the New Year, the publishing world is ushering in a lot of challenges and exciting opportunities, albeit in unsymmetrical measures. Of course the overall picture would give us a fair idea of what’s more and what’s less, but the counterpoise is altered to great lengths with new trends and new statistics that seem to […]

Should eBook reader devices define print layout? A Case Study

After years of evolving and refining, the digital world has shown suitable competence in the area of formatting and styling eBooks. There’s a standard set of practices to be followed by digital publishers and self-publishing authors in making their eBooks Mobi for the Amazon Kindle and ePub for Nook, iPad, etc and given that the […]

On Self-Publishing: An Author’s Personal Journey by Uma Girish

I’m no different than any of you, my fellow writers. I too fantasized about that magical email dropping into my Inbox the one from The Agent who had sold my manuscript to a top-notch publishing house just moments ago for a seven-figure advance. The email never arrived. I had two options: 1) Rename myself Loser […]

The View From Cover Point

  Don’t judge a book by its cover, they say, and yet the hordes of us unfastidious and eclectic readers alike, who walk into bookshops or slide our facile forefingers on nifty tablets, are wont to swoon over alluring, sometimes even racy, cover art, going to the extent of acting on impulse and picking up […]

eTextbook publishing, a boon to students

For over a century, students gained all their knowledge only from their text books. The traditional textbook had always remained the same, although the way people learned them has changed. Textbooks had always been a costly affair for students. As students are required to bring text books to the class, the textbook market had an […]

Check your Online Book Publishing package

In the days of traditional printing we’ve heard many stories of authors struggling to get their works published and others getting their works rejected. However with the introduction of newer technology, the concept of online book publishing took off, enabling authors and publishers to bring out their books quickly and that too at a very […]

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