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eBooks as a #1 Option for Publishing

As eBooks2go approaches its third year of operation, one consistency remains evident. When consideration to publish comes about, authors call and continue to ask the same questions. They want to know whether or not they should utilize digital as a means to circulate their work, and if they will still gain the same recognition that authors with printed material do. Of course as a full service digital conversion provider our answer is virtually always “yes”, but there are plenty of reasons why … [Read more...]

Taking in the Brickbats

When you've written your book and published it it is a labor of love only to you. And maybe to your close friends and family. Do all your readers care for all the effort you've put into it? Probably not. Some readers may not even like your book. But that's expected and you should deal with it just the way you'd deal with the rave reviews you may end up raking in. 1)  Re-post the bad reviews: Pick whatever online/ social media site you're comfortable with, or the one where you're active, and … [Read more...]

Believe, Write, Publish A Writer’s Journey, by Howard Shapiro

In August, 2012 the culmination of three years of work, and a thousand different twists and turns, finally took place.  That is when my debut Graphic Novel, The Stereotypical Freaks was published in paper format. I've gone through two publishers, an agent, four illustrators and hundreds of re-writes to get the book out into the marketplace. It's a happy ending to a story that seemed like it would never end, because in November 2012, I even had the eBook format out on all the major online retail … [Read more...]

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For decades writers (and readers) bemoaned the fact that so many good books remained unpublished.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 than getting published. The self-publishing revolution changed things. Publishing has never been more competitive than today, yet there have never been more … [Read more...]

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 an unheard-of book solely on account of it. Of course we also freely judge men and women by their shoes, but that's an entirely different case to contemplate another time. In a market … [Read more...]

Top Links for Indie Authors

                                                                       Useful Links for the Authors eBooks2go have put together a list of Useful Links for the Indie Authors, who want to explore and connect to their peers, friends and people with similar interests. www.goodreads.com Goodreads is the largest site for readers and book recommendations in the world. It has more than 6,500,000 members who have added more than 220,000,000 books to their shelves. A home for casual readers and … [Read more...]

Cut The Chase, Make the right Moves

In the e-publishing and self publishing day of today, there are lot of strategies and cost analysis tips for writers and prospective writers. However there are few if any, effective solutions to sell your book online and make money. In today's multi-genre book publishing world, with its new cross-genres developing by the day, there is something for everyone to share; which could all go well as a book. Books may be short with just a few pages or may stretch for up to a few hundred pages too. … [Read more...]

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