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How To Self Publish Childrens Books on Kindle


Authors, Share Your Book with Millions of Readers

Is Self-Publishing the best Option for Authors? (via Nvate)

Iris Hunter For many people, trying to get a book published by a traditional publisher can be rough and sometimes seem impossible. According to Forbes, there are literary agents who do not take self-published books as seriously as traditionally published…


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Whazamo! State of the Art: Self Publishing

The Toronto Comics Arts Festival is the most jam-packed fiesta of cartooning talent you can find all cramed under one roof. This year, rather than just show …

Whazamo! State of the Art: Self Publishing

The Toronto Comics Arts Festival is the most jam-packed fiesta of cartooning talent you can find all cramed under one roof. This year, rather than just show you the festival, we wanted to take a close look at the methods and means contemporary cartoonists use to express themselves today in a two-part series called State of the Art.

The first part, Self-Publishing, explores the tenacity of print culture in the age of the web. Comics artists have been printing their own books for so long it's practically a right of passage. How do they reach their audience? Why is self-publishing considered fair game for comics and graphic novels but not for other forms of writing or literature? Are they simply crazy for doing this -- or do they know something we don't? Featuring creators such as: Adam Bourret (I'm Crazy), Jim Munroe (Sword of My Mouth), Tara Tallan (Galaxion) and Chris Kuzma and Patrick Kyle from the art collective Wowee Zonk!

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A self-publishing enthusiast speaks

Ive self-published two novels and made a success of both. Heres my perspective on self-publishing, looking past all the negativity and seeing something tha…

A self-publishing enthusiast speaks

I've self-published two novels and made a success of both. Here's my perspective on self-publishing, looking past all the negativity and seeing something that authors and readers should be excited about.