Monthly Archives: April 2012

Think Like a Publisher: Chapter 3: Projected Income

Here we go with Chapter Three, the last of the “Early Decisions” set up chapters. It’s been some time since I wrote the first version of Think Like a Publisher. Since I wrote those first chapters, Scott William Carter and … Continue reading

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The New World of Publishing: Respect

I did a New World of Publishing post a few posts back talking about how I could find the balance between short fiction indie publishing and short fiction traditional publishing. And then I did another post about how I could … Continue reading

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Think Like a Publisher 2012: Chapter 2: Expected Costs

Here we go with Chapter Two. It’s been some time since I wrote the first version of Think Like a Publisher. Since I wrote those first chapters, Scott William Carter and I have taught three workshops by the same name, … Continue reading

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Think Like a Publisher 2012. Chapter 1: The Early Decisions

Here we go. It’s been some time since I wrote the first version of Think Like a Publisher. Since I wrote those first chapters, Scott William Carter and I have taught three workshops by the same name, plus an advanced … Continue reading

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The New World of Publishing: No Balance

It should be clear to anyone following traditional publishing now that no traditional publisher will fail in 2012 when ebook sales hit the magic 25%. In fact, because of a number of factors, even with paper book sales declining, most … Continue reading

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