Print Books: Amazon vs. IngramSpark and Bookstores

Some of the most frequently asked questions my clients ask me are about the difference between Amazon KDP print (formerly CreateSpace) and IngramSpark and about getting books into bookstores. I’ve answered them on my Frequently Asked Questions page.

What’s New: Time to Start Planning 2019

Cover-Armchair Ghost HuntingHow long has it been since you published your last book? If it’s over a year, it’s time to start thinking about a new one. Having more than one book for sale often prompts people …

CreateSpace Merge with Amazon KDP

Just in case you thought everything was set — Amazon has started to implement the merger of CreateSpace and Amazon KDP. Details of the CreateSpace merge can be found here: https://kdp.amazon.com/en_US/help/topic/GSJULX3WGP36HQ3R

You may receive a notice from Amazon, or notice a link when you log into CreateSpace. (Apparently, this link comes and goes, so …

New Self-Publishing FAQ Page

Service BellMy clients ask me questions … lots of questions!

A teacher at heart, I try to give complete, honest answers as part of the services I provide. My goal is to make you as independent a self-publisher as …

Monday Montanan: A Concierge Self-Publishing Author

Monday Montanan: University of Montana economics professor and self-publishing author confronts Parkinson’s head-on

“April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, and O’Donnell’s history with “PD” is but one of many in the Missoula area that can only be cast as heroic.”

Read more about this heroic and humor-filled author in the the Missoulian article.

Why Do You Want to Write a Book?

Taking on Parkinsons CoverDepending on the statistic you find, one of the top goals for some 80 to 90 percent of Americans is to write a book. If you are reading this, you, too, have expressed this goal.

But …

Thinking About Self-Publishing?

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Cover-Dream Transfer And Wander

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Self-publishing your first book can be a very exciting–and exasperating–process. There are many decisions to be made, and it may feel like you are …