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Site – selfpublishingreview.com
About Site – Self-Publishing Review offers professional book reviews, book marketing and book editing services as well as featuring news, opinion, and how to’s on the self-publishing process.
Site – thecreativepenn.com/blog
About Site – The Creative PennJoanna Penn written by Joanna Penn is a must read. Joanna is the ultimate authorpreneur and book marketer. I self-published my first non-fiction book in 2008 and made a lot of mistakes along the way. I also didn’t sell any books because no one knew who I was. I started this site to share my experiences and hopefully save other people the money, time and heartache I went through.
Site – thepassivevoice.com
About Site – The Passive Voice is an aggregated blog of the latest news in the publishing industry. Also known as the Passive Guy, this blog, while lacking a bit in the way of page styling and pizzaz, collects and publishes the most up-to-date news related to publishing and self-publishing.
Site – thebookdesigner.com
About Site – Practical advice to help build better books. Writers change the world one reader at a time. But you can’t change the world with a book that’s unpublished. Self-publishing puts your book in readers’ hands.
Site – janefriedman.com/blog
Charlottesville, VA, USA
About Site – Jane Friedman has 20 years of experience in the publishing industry, with expertise in digital media strategy for authors and publishers. People working inside the industry see me as as an expert in digital and self-publishing, while independent authors see me as a traditional publishing figure. Learn how to build a successful creative career during a time of rapid transformation in publishing.
Site – ornaross.com/blog
About Site – Orna Ross is a bestselling and award-winning Irish author, with a strong background in creative education. She writes cross-generational, trans-Atlantic historical fiction, stories in which buried secrets from the past erupt into the present. She also writes inspirational poetry and guidebooks for self-publishing authors and creative entrepreneurs.
7. Kristen Lamb
Site – authorkristenlamb.com
About Site – Kristen worked in international sales before transitioning into a career as an author, freelance editor and speaker. Kristen has helped tens of thousands of writers find success using social media. Her methods are responsible for selling millions of books. She has helped all levels of writers from mega authors to self-published unknowns attain amazing results.
About Site – The #1 online resource for writing and self publishing your first book. Learn how with articles, training courses & action plans to get you started.
Site – blog.bookbaby.com
About Site – Founded in 2011, BookBaby has grown to become the nation’s leading self-publishing company. Led by a crew of authors, poets, bloggers, and artists, BookBaby is dedicated to helping all writers publish successfully. How to self-publish your book, distribute your book, and promote your book. Professional writing tips from BookBaby.com to guide you through how to make a book.
About Site – The online magazine for independent authors and publishers. Mick Rooney is an editor, investigative journalist, author, publishing consultant, and Editor-In-Chief of The Independent Publishing Magazine (TIPM).
About Site – At Self-Publishing Relief, we have over twenty years of experience working with authors. We respect writers, so we don’t make empty, pie-in-the-sky promises. Here’s what we do promise: We have the expertise to support and guide you through every step of self-publishing an e-book and print book.
Site – standoutbooks.com/blog
About Site – In a world full of systems, outsourced services, and automated responses, we aim to make your self-publishing journey more about your needs and less about conveyor-belt publishing. Get free Self-Publishing Advice: Writing tips for authors, marketing advice for indie authors and the latest updates on independent publishing.
About Site – Hello and welcome to the Author Advice Centre run by The Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), the global non-profit association for writers who self-publish. Here you’ll find a blog, PDF downloads, information about our Indie Author Fringe Conferences and our guidebooks & publications.
15. Just Publishing Advice For Writers and Authors | Free self-publishing advice, how to guides and tips
Site – justpublishingadvice.com
About Site – Just Publishing Advice is maintained by Derek Haines, an ageing English teacher, author and habitual blogger, who has a long-held interest in self-publishing, as a means of freedom of expression rather than as an avenue to instant riches and fame.
Site – reddit.com/r/selfpublish
San Francisco, CA
About Site – A community for self-published writers to discuss the process of self-publishing, share experiences in the “industry”, and read up on self-publishing news.
Site – lulu.com/blog
Raleigh, NC, United States
About Site – Lulu is the world’s first and best site for indie authors who wish to tell their story thru self-publishing. For DIY authors, it is always free to publish.
Site – blog.smashwords.com
Los Gatos, CA
About Site – Mark Coker from Smashwords. Whether you publish with Smashwords or not, Mark Coker’s blog posts are always well worth reading. Sure, he is not a big fan of Amazon exclusivity and makes his point about that regularly, but if anyone knows how self-publishing works, it’s Mark. Miss a post at your peril. Founder of Smashwords, a distributor of indie (self-published) ebooks serving Apple, B&N.
19. Writer’s Digest
Site – writersdigest.com
Cincinnati / New York
About Site – Our charter publication Writer’s Digest literally “wrote the book” on writing and getting published. For more than 90 years, the experts at Writer’s Digest have been publishing books, magazines, competitions, conferences and distance education materials for writers who want to polish their skills and hone their craft.
Site – amyharrop.com
About Site – I’ve been an avid writer and reader all of my life. I have a diverse background, and have found I’m happiest running my own business. I currently live in the Northern Idaho area with my husband and our two cats. Here you will find Top Tips for Content Creation, Publishing, and Monetizing
Site – diggypod.com/blog
About Site – DiggyPOD was originally a small printing business called Quickprint, Inc. and was started in 1988 by Laura Alexander and three partners. Read DiggyPOD blog for self-publishing advice and to learn more abut what it takes to publish a book.
Site – authority.pub/category/blog
About Site – Teaches other authors how to create a sustainable business around their books. Learn from Bestselling authors how to research, fearlessly write and successfully launch your book.
Site – blog.xlibris.com
About Site – The Xlibris Blog is your rich source of information about the latest industry news, featured budding and established authors, tricks of the trade, and our special packages and services. Whether you’re an existing Xlibris author or you’d like to be one, this blog can help you achieve your self-publishing goals!
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