Growth of ebooks and indie authors

Six-Figure Freelancer Blog

Although the rate of growth has slowed for e-books, the affordability and accessibility of digital will continue to erode print readership. Writers retain all rights while earning 60%–80% of the list price as their e-book royalty. Indies will continue gaining digital market share as they pioneer tomorrow’s best practices for pricing, production, and promotion. While I have never topped a bestseller list, I self-publish all my book in print and electronic format.

What You Need to Know About Self-Publishing

Great Public Speaking

You know that public speaking book you have always wanted to write but never did because you would have to pay the printer to print hundreds more than you need and then store them forever in your garage? Now with print-on-demand, you can have a few or many books printed at a nominal price. Each book is printed when you or your client orders it and you only pay for the quantity ordered, whether it is one or 1,000.

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Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Most media products can be saved.    My goal in doing that was to develop the kind of style in digital about courtroom drama which Dominick Dunne already had made standard in print.   My role, for which I'm receiving 50% of royalties, was assisting with the research, interviewing, and writing.   Usually all that takes is some good ideas and lots of sweat equity. 

Market Your Book with a Movie Trailer

Animated Trailers My first encounter with movie trailers for print books--rather than films made from books--was the VidLit for John Warners Fondling Your Muse.