Blogging is Self-Publishing

David Warlick, an education consultant in North Raleigh, has published a book through a traditional publisher and published a book through Lulu. His royalties for the Lulu book, “Classroom Blogging: A Teacher’s Guide to the Blogosphere,” were 40 percent higher. In addition, the Lulu book sold more copies in its first year and Warlick liked …

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Cross-stitch Self-Publisher creates book in 700 hours!

Joanna Lopianowski-Roberts has already sold 100 books. Maybe she has not fully recovered money to compensate for the 700 hours she took to create a book on how she created a cross-stitch version of Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel ceiling. But she is published and thrilled about that. The link above takes you straight to her $70 …

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$2.99 gets you the story on publishing yourself

Faced with the closing of her publisher, Diane Lau (aka romance author Diana Laurence) chose to create her own publishing house for her existing and future book titles. The results were so successful, Lau decided to document the process and share it with other authors. Do-It-YourSelf-Publishing is available from Living Beyond Reality Press and online …

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Blog becomes film!

We’ve had a few blogs that been made in to books. Now we have one that is being made into a film. The Baghdad Blog, the daily dispatches penned by the Iraqi architect known as Salam Pax, is to be turned into a film. Powered by Qumana