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Great Expectations

If you’re new to self-publishing, you might not know exactly what to expect as you go through the production process. This is true even if you’re a veteran coming over from traditional publishing. It’s a lot different when you’re the project lead and need to make arrangements for every stage of revisions and editing. If ...

Demographics vs. Genres

This little mini-rant is brought to you by my reading an article over at InD’Tale. In fairness, I hear people refer to the “YA Genre” and the “New Adult Genre” all the time, and I get that I’m fighting a losing battle. Out of sheer hardheadedness, however, I continue to talk about the difference between ...

An Editor’s Tips for Selecting an Editor

As an indie author, or self-publisher, you have a lot of hats to wear. Not only are you worrying about writing a book, quite an endeavor on its own, you’re also assuming the publisher’s role. This means that to be successful, you’ll make arrangements for editing, proofreading, formatting, cover art, and final-pass readers. Let’s take ...