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Your Book in Libraries Worldwide

by Alliance of Independent Authors & Orna Ross

Do you think libraries don’t buy books from self-published authors? Think again. 

In a 2016 survey conducted by US-based library service New Shelves Books, 92 percent of librarians reported they regularly...

Learning From the Pulp Masters

by Dr. Robert C. Worstell

If you could sit at the feet of the Pulp Masters to learn - would you?

This is a compilation of notes I had left over from research into how those prolific authors of old made a good living from writing - well...

Write On, Sisters!

by Brooke Warner

• More women than ever are writing or want to write—61.6% of all writers and authors are women—and yet they face unique challenges and obstacles to getting the work done due to social and emotional conditioning,...

The Influential Author

by Gregory V. Diehl & Tom Morkes

Do you have something important to say? By combining his experience as an educator and entrepreneur, author Gregory V. Diehl teaches passionate thinkers how to turn unique messages into profitable books—without...

Publishing Is Insanity

by Anonymous Publisher

Book 1: Publishing has become an opportunity for many authors, stay-at-home dads, hard workers, narrators, cover designers, writers (different than authors I presume), and the like. However, evil giant companies...

Publishing Is a Nightmare

by Anonymous Publisher

Yes, you can make money self-publishing books. What do you think I'm doing now by putting this book out there?

However, it's not easy. In fact, it's super stressful, heart-breaking, frustrating, and sometimes...

The Writer's Journey of John Earl Stark 02

by R. L. Saunders

John Earl Stark problems were far from over. He was up to his neck and now his stories were running his life.

All he wanted was to improve his book sales. But what he got was too many stories to write. And now...

The Writer's Journey of John Earl Stark 01 (Parody & Satire)

by R. L. Saunders

John Earl Stark had a problem. If his book sales didn't pick up, he'd have to go get a real job.

So he called an old friend, a fellow author just returned from a "digital rehab" and wanting to get back into the...

You Can Be a Winning Writer

by Joan Gelfand

So you want to publish a best seller?

You can learn to be a successful author ? the 4 C's approach to successful authorship: Joan Gelfand, author of You Can Be A Winning Writer, has been teaching the 4 C's...

Writing Flash

by Fred D. White

Flash fiction?the art of the ultra-short story?is a challenging skill-building exercise for any writer. Learning how to compress a story to its most essential elements will make your writing vigorous, evocative,...

Write Faster

by Jake Ransal

Learn some of the best tips to write high-quality books in less time. 

Did you know that writing a book isn’t that time-consuming? Sure, it depends on how long the book is. It can be as short or long as you...

The IngramSpark Guide to Independent Publishing, Revised Edition

by Brendan Clark

Self-publishing can be daunting if you don’t know where to start. That’s where IngramSpark comes in, providing you with the easiest way to self-publish your book with affordable, high-quality book production...


by Jenny Boully

“Jenny is the future of nonfiction in America. What an absurdly arrogant statement to make. I make it anyway. Watch.” —John D’Agata

“Yes, Aristotle, there can be pleasure without ‘complete and unified...

Happy Writing

by Jenny Alexander

Every writer feels stuck sometimes, but you don’t have to be beaten by writer’s block. This guide from seasoned author and writing teacher, Jenny Alexander, with contributions from many other writers, offers...

Modern Paradigms

by Ilie Gyurcsik

The book addresses students and professors interested in comparative literature and the complex problematic of modernity/postmodernity, hermeneutics, literary, and cultural theory within the past few decades...

A Story That Matters

by Gina L. Carroll

No matter who you are, your story is a part of something big—the fabric of history and the human experience. Once written and shared, your story will change someone. And that someone is most likely you. A...

Book Marketing Made Simple

by Karen Williams

There has never been a better time for coaches, consultants, and therapists to write and publish a business book. With a great idea, a clear strategy, and a well-formed marketing plan, your book will help you...

Backwards Book Publishing

by Dr. Robert C. Worstell

How to Save Time, Earn More, Work Less by Publishing Backwards?!?

(Note: See the bonuses in the back of this book, along with audio to each chapter.)

The situation that most starting authors have (and I've seen...

14 Steps to Self-Publishing a Book

by Mike Kowis

How do I self-publish my new book?

And how much will it cost?

Have you ever asked yourself these questions? If so, this is the perfect book for you! In this concise and practical self-publishing guide for aspiring...

Write It Right

by Ambrose Bierce

Amusing and thought-provoking, this A-to-Z compendium outlines common oral and written gaffes. Ambrose Bierce, a celebrated literary wit, assembled his informative compilation in 1909 from many years of observations...