Self Publishing Week in Review: 6/11/13

As a self-publishing author, you may find it helpful to stay up-to-date on the trends and news related to the self publishing industry. This will help you make informed decisions before, during and after the self publishing process, which will lead to a greater self publishing experience. To help you stay current on self publishing topics, simply visit our blog every Tuesday to find out the hottest news in self publishing this week.

Kawasaki Makes the Case for Self Publishing

Successful self publishing author Guy Kawasaki talks about his transition from traditional publishing to self publishing and provided 10 self-publishing tips in an entertaining keynote at uPublishU at the Javits Center in New York City.

Self-Publishing Authors Receive Complimentary Editing Offered from Outskirts
Press When They Start Publishing This June

Professional editing is a must for self publishing authors. Outskirts Press is currently offering complimentary editing to authors who start publishing in June!

How Mike Michalowicz Went From Unknown, Self-Published Author To Mainstream Publishing Success

Here is the success story of the self published author Mike Michalowicz, who wrote The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur: The Tell-It-Like-It-Is Guide to Cleaning Up in Business, Even if You Are at the End of Your Roll.

Self publishing author hits best-seller lists

Another success story; read and be inspired.

If you have other big news to share, please comment below.

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One thought on “Self Publishing Week in Review: 6/11/13

  1. I’m jumping back out there with a children’s picture book, Taj and the Garage, after a 10-yr hiatus. It’s an adventure story for boys to tap into their thirst for fun. It’s also one way to encourage them to love reading. I’ll read your many tips from top to bottom. Thanks!

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