During this pandemic, it’s more important than ever that authors and business owners ask their publishers a tough question.
Errors slip past us every day in our emails, reports, websites, and books. Here are steps we can take to error-proof our work.
Just when I thought I had heard the best stories that Dr. Michael Attas had to offer, he surprised me. And that’s what made his “About the Author” page so great.
Big thanks to the Nonfiction Authors Association! The community of nonfiction writers and industry featured Ella in a publisher spotlight. Here’s what she had to say.
Mary Ann Pérez’s followers want an audiobook. But is it worth it?
Author Interview: The CEO of The Bell Tower on 34th tells about Houston history, a devastating betrayal, and the ultimate comeback
From tragedy to triumph: the CEO of a Houston venue reveals Texas history, a disastrous betrayal, and one man’s fight for the future.
Holly Wright has always worked with Microsoft Word. But when she began the journey toward publishing her first book, Wright wanted more.
The first time I met my business mentor was in 2011. She changed everything.
Last month, one of our authors spotted something unusual. She came across her book on sale for $16.99 on a couple of websites she didn't recognize. It was obvious something was wrong. The regular retail price of her medical training book was far higher than what...
Remember the old fairy tale Hansel and Gretel? A boy leaves a trail of pebbles in the woods, promising his sister it’ll lead them back home. Good communication works like that. An audience is lured by the promise of a destination. They want indicators that help them...
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