If you’re not selling your ebook at $4.99, that indicates a lack of desire on the part of the potential audience to obtain your book at that price.
The likelihood that you have written the next great American novel is slim-to-none.
The whole Lynn Shepherd debacle (sj pretty much sums up my feels about that here) is one incident in what is becoming a disturbing trend where some self-published or little-known […]
We’ve done a few events and blog tours here at IB in the past. Blog tours, if you’re not familiar with them, is the digital equivalent of hopping city-to-city to […]
I know that as a blogger who reviews stuff that people want to sell, I am going to get some solicitations. I know this. I’ve mostly come to peace with […]
This post was edited on 5-27-2014 to reflect an expanded viewpoint on sexism in writing and bookselling. I’ve been wanting to write this post for awhile when a case study fell […]
This isn’t the first post I’ve written about how to get people to read your books, and it probably won’t be the last. The incident that inspired this post was an […]
EDIT: As many people pointed out, this TOTALLY ALSO applies to Goodreads. See comments for details. About a week ago, I was live-tweeting my new cable internet installation. I know, […]
So, I was reading this article that someone linked on Twitter about what the 99 cent eBook price-point “means” or whatever to the future of self-publishing. If you know me at all, […]
So, there’s been a lot of to and fro lately–well, really, not just lately but often–about authors, social media, and “bad behavior.” Before I get started, I’d like to side-step […]