Articles tagged with: self-publishing
Recently I’ve been working harder than ever before on awesome projects, Tune (a comic book) and s.k. (a novel). Every night when I get home from work, after sitting at a computer all day, I sit at a computer for hours more, pounding these projects out, panel by panel, line by line. I routinely work four weekdays a week on these things, and most of the weekend, too. Between work and projects I work seventy-hour weeks.
While working on these things I’ve skipped social engagements, time spent with friends, and other …
Here are the stats for the first 48 hours of my recent novel release. I pay attention to this information, even if it isn’t sales, because it interests me and I like to see how any work is doing when I release it.
The overall winner for generating hits is Scribd.com. They were gracious enough to feature my work once I put it up there. That front page bump really helps.
8 5-Stars (including one by Scribd’s CEO)
1 Featured Award
1 Rising List Award
The next is Feedbooks, which is a …
Part 1. Part 2. Part 3. Part 4.
Welcome to the final part of our weeklong discussion about self-published e-books and legitimacy. We’ve looked at different possibilities for attaining self-published e-book legitimacy and examined their pros and cons. We’ve heard several different perspectives from members in and outside of traditional publishing. It’s time to wrap things up and draw some needed conclusions.
The original concept that spurred this series was the idea of creating a “substantial publishing record” through self-published e-books, so that’s where I’d like to end. Sure, we’ve covered that …