Continuing my Quick guide to Self-Publishing Series I talk about formatting, that is creating a version of your document that can be sold either as an eBook or as paperback. I talk about ePubs and mobi files for eBooks and PDF files for paperbacks.
I haven’t talked much about my own books on this show. I lost confidence in them, and I shouldn’t have done. In this episode I talk solely about my books.
I talk with fellow self-publishing Podcaster, Paul Teague, about how things have turned out in 2017 and what we reckon will happen in 2018.
I talk to Olly Richards about how he has built a company selling self-published language books.
Streetlib is an eBook aggregator, publishing services and POD company that’s been relatively unknown (being an Italian company) in the US and UK but offers interesting services and is expanding into the US. I interview Giacomo D’Angelo CEO of Streetlib USA to find out more.
It’s a new year and it’s time to get that hit book published. I know a lot of people have “publish a book” as a New Year’s goal. So I thought I would do a quick summary of the advice I would give someone who has this resolution, from my own humble experience.