Monthly Archives: February 2011

The New World of Publishing: Accounting

Warning: This will be a general post designed to help regular folk understand some real basics in indie publishing accounting, so publishing experts and accountants, please give  me a break. This is very, very general. Thanks! Also, this is a … Continue reading

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The New World of Publishing: Time

Boy, discussion about “time” seems to be coming up a lot lately, especially in the context of writing and indie publishing. So let me take a hard look at the two routes only through the lens of “time.” So why … Continue reading

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New World of Publishing: Speed

Truth: The slow writers in this new world of publishing are going to have trouble. Far more trouble than they had with traditional publishing only. We are in a new golden age of fiction. The first golden age was the … Continue reading

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The New World of Publishing: Cash Flow

Okay, time to talk about that evil subject: Money. And more pointedly, money for fiction writers. So many fiction writers these days banter around the saying that they can make more money indie publishing their work than selling it into … Continue reading

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