5 eBook-Selling Secrets Every Author Should Know

by Toni Tesori (@Duolit) Today’s guest post comes from Toni Tesori, who is half of the team behind the self-publishing blog, Duolit. They are “two gals helping passionate indie authors publish their work and build their crazy-dedicated fanbase”. If you haven’t yet been to their blog, you’re missing out. I highly recommend it.  I’ll hand […]

Being on Amazon Doesn’t Sell Your Book

Today’s guest post comes from Hope Clark, founder of Funds For Writers and author of the mystery Lowcountry Bribe. Hope’s previous post “Should I Just Do an Ebook?” resonated with many readers  and I am very pleased to welcome her back today. So many fresh-faced writers dream of having their books on Amazon. The thought of a complete […]

Why You Should Sell Ebooks at Your Own Site

I am sure that most ebook authors would like to reach as many readers and sell as many ebooks as possible. So much attention in the industry right now is focused on publishing via major ebook stores such as Amazon’s Kindle Store and Barnes & Noble’s Nook Books that many authors overlook the possibility of […]

How Do Ebook Buyers Discover Books?

That’s what Mark Coker of Smashwords, a popular ebook publishing and aggregator service, wants to find out. He has been conducting a survey at Mobileread, an online forum that is popular among ebook readers, to discover how ebook buyers discover ebooks. Respondents were asked to choose one answer from a selection of 12 possible responses. At the […]

7 Reasons to Start an Ebook Business

The ebook publishing industry is moving very, very fast, however it is not too late to become involved. In case you haven’t been catching news from the world of ebooks, here are a couple of the latest announcements. Last month the New York Times recognized the growth of the ebook industry by announcing that from […]