Giving Authors What They Want

Authors, despite the oft-praised “freedom” of self-publishing, would still opt for traditional publishing, given the chance. That statement is based off the results of a Digital Book World 2014 survey.
More than 9,200 authors that took the DBW survey were grouped into four different category types:

Aspiring (not yet published)
Self-published (have only self-published and never worked with […]

Stories Are What Connect Us

The publishing industry often focuses on the mechanics of publishing—sales, marketing, branding, etc. But the heart of publishing is not truly about those things, it’s about the stories—not the publisher, not the author. Yes, those things are important. Without the authors, we’d have no stories. And without the publishers (self-pub, traditional, and hybrid), we’d have […]