We gulped when a company called to publish its corporate history book by June. Here’s how we accomplished in six months what normally takes a year.
An editor texted this photo last week with this note: “Working hard, but John just announced cocktail hour!” The text made me smile because it illustrates two universal truths about book publishing.
Yesterday, I watched my teenage son wait nervously on the porch of his new girlfriend’s home. It reminded me of authors who take a risk when they publish their messages for the world. They often ask, “What if I get a bad book review?”
Nonfiction authors have two printing options: on-demand printing and offset printing. Here’s a quick look of the pros and cons of each.
We can’t edit effectively when we’re too close our work. Here’s a look at each step of the content development process.
In light of the death of George Floyd, here are recommended books and poems that explore and express feelings on race and racism.
Keep On Going is a tragedy-to-triumph history of The Bell Tower on 34th, an upscale Houston wedding and events venue, by CEO Roger C. Igo. Yet if you listen to the audiobook, you won’t hear Igo’s voice. Here’s why.
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.
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