July 23, 2014

Trade Secrets: Penguin pro offers selling tips

By: Cassidy Ritter

Trade Secrets is an ongoing blog where we ask professionals from the traditional publishing world to explain how they approach their jobs, in order to help self-publishers understand the intricacies of the publishing process and glean some tips.

Today, we talk to sales guru Eric Boss. Boss is the Paperback Field […]

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June 30, 2014

Oh the Mistakes We’ve Seen #5: BlueInk Review details common writing gaffes

By BlueInk Staff

“Oh, the Mistakes We’ve Seen!” is part of a series of BlueInk Review blogs offering advice and insight into self-published writers’ most common errors, as seen in the nearly 3,000 reviews of self-published books that we have provided since our inception in 2011.  Below, we have compiled excerpts from our more unfortunate […]

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April 1, 2014

At Your Service: Book Shepherding with Judith Briles

By Camilla Sterne

 “At Your Service” is an ongoing blog where we ask a self-publishing industry professional to describe his or her services, in order to help self publishers understand the intricacies of each step in the self-publishing process.

Today, Judith Briles shares with us an insider’s perspective on the concept of the book […]

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March 10, 2014

At Your Service: The Buzz on Publicity with Sandra Poirier-Diaz

 By Camilla Sterne

“At Your Service” is an ongoing blog where we ask a self-publishing industry professional to describe his or her services, in order to help self-publishers understand the intricacies of each step in the self-publishing process.

 Today, Sandra Poirier-Diaz shares with us the ins and outs and of getting publicity for […]

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February 7, 2014

The Real Cost of Self Publishing: Gregory L. Mahan

By BlueInk Review Staff

Gregory L. Mahan self published his first 105,000 word novel, “A Touch of Magic,” in November, 2011.

“A Touch of Magic” takes place in a medieval fantasy world, in the small island country of Tallia, where magic is illegal and the penalty is death. When Randall Miller, the son of […]

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January 31, 2014

At Your Service: Editing 101 with Carla Jablonski

By Camilla Sterne

“At Your Service” is an ongoing blog where we ask a self-publishing industry professional to describe his or her services, in order to help self-publishers understand the intricacies of each step in the self-publishing process.

Today, we talk to New York publishing professional Carla Jablonski about the complex world of editing […]

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