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self publishing going mainstream?

Jon Clinch published two books, Finn and Kings of the Earth, the traditional way.  Although both received praise from critics, neither became a bestseller. Last year he published What Came After on createspace, under the pseudonym Sam Winston, and sold nearly … Continue reading

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downside of self publishing

In marketing The Clutter Book, I’ve run up against numerous buyers who won’t consider it for sale in their stores. They aren’t rejecting the book because they think it’s poorly written or because it won’t appeal to their clients; the … Continue reading

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workbook now available

The Clutter Book: When You Can’t Let Go is doing even better than I hoped. The message is getting out to people and I’ve been overwhelmed by the response. I even had someone ask if she could buy the book … Continue reading

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getting it just right

I saw this blog post and immediately felt that the blogger captured my thoughts: I’m self-published myself and I know how hard it is to go through the book over and over and over again until you’re sick and tired of … Continue reading

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duolit interview

Toni and Shannon, the Duolit Self-Publishing Team, have a great blog where they share resources for authors. You can also learn about all the aspects of self publishing from their podcasts, tweets  and newsletters. They graciously invited me to participate in their Self-Publishing … Continue reading

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paypal or pay with credit card

I’ve been checking the mailbox every day, hoping to find the proof that I can finally, finally approve and publish. I look forward to announcing the launch date this week. Until then, I’ve been looking at methods for accepting credit … Continue reading

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interminable editing

The book is still not ready, which is exceedingly frustrating. I thought I scoured the proof and corrected every error, but when I got the second proof, I found three more typos in the first 15 pages. How did they … Continue reading

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