May 1st, 2014
Shatzin has an excellent post today. He still sees the development of larger and larger publishers resulting in a global dominance of someone. Online book sales are inevitably going to increase their percentage. There will be a larger separation between books of text and books with graphics. Much more: you
Continue reading The state of publishing is becoming a bit more predictable
February 19th, 2014
Mark Coker makes the following prediction for 2014:
Production takes on increased importance in 2014 – One of the most important secrets to ebook publishing success is to write more books. As a writer, your writing is your unique creation. It’s your product. Authors who write great books (and produce more of them), are the
Continue reading Book Production speed becomes more important…
September 14th, 2013
I regularly provide production help to Christian authors, as led by the Spirit. Feel free to contact me. What I want to do below is give you some idea of the options I offer. We can also negotiate custom relationships.
Radiqx Press Production Charges
Most of my books are done as a whole, so editing,
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May 14th, 2013
One of the new changes to InDesign CC is an innocuous checkbox at the bottom of the Table of Contents dialog box for: Make text anchor in source paragraph.
What this does is make sure that any TOC has functional links in the exported ePUB. As Ron Bilodeau commented, “You can now have multiple
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April 19th, 2013
It’s just a small opening, and it’s in California, but the news is good from DBW this morning.
Some California library systems buying from Smashwords
Coker seems to have the knack of being in the right place. That’s the main thing that keeps me in his world of restricted design capabilities. Getting two library systems
Continue reading Libraries starting to stock self publishers
February 28th, 2013
Now I admit, I’m going on the words of others. I personally bailed on the Nook app and B&N a while ago. I am saddened by the troubles of the local B&N—it’s the only bookstore in town.
I was hoping for viable competition to Amazon, but it is just not there. As they are stuck
Continue reading Nook dying? B&N could go DRM-free and hook up with the iPad