- Did you find some of my content enjoyable? Consider a donation to help further my work.
- My entire Sole Proprietor In Software book on this site!
- Creator Sky Price Drop!
- 16 chapters of Creator Sky back on the site!
- Spent a bit on Twitter and Amazon Advertisements…
- Totally missed NookPress Publishing!
- Started donating books to Little Free Libraries
- My novel setup with Blurb BookWright.
- Getting the novel into my local library.
- Blurb for novels… BookWright needs work.
- OCLC Worldcat, not too sure how it works…
- Free Ebook of Creator Sky!
- Continuous Improvement
- Refining my self publishing process.
- More talk about Google Docs (Drive)
- Website CSS style adjustments
Monthly Archives: August 2017
I decided to lower the price of the Creator Sky ebook to $2.99. It looks like the price changed on Amazon, but the other marketplaces will likely take more time to update. The print price will have to stay as-is due to the high cost of print-on-demand services. Here are places online that you can find the book: CreateSpace (Print), Amazon (Print), Barnes & Noble (Print), Amazon Kindle, Barnes & … Continue reading
Start with the first chapter here. I put 16 chapters of Creator Sky on the site. It’s close to the size of the book when I released it as a novelette in 2011. It was a long road, but now that it is a full novel I’ve been trying all that I can to get it out there. I hope you enjoy this preview!
The long story short is that not much happened yet. First off, I noticed it was “national book lovers day” on Twitter and tried it out on a whim. In retrospect, I think I would have been much better off just making the tweet and not promoting it. I’ll get to that reason in a bit. As you can see in the above screenshot it had 7637 impressions with 8 … Continue reading
I was talking with a friend about self-publishing and the idea of having better print-on-demand coverage came up. CreateSpace is owned by Amazon, so even with their extended distribution feature, it is unlikely that Barnes & Noble would consider stocking it or selling it in their online store. He mentioned Nook Press as an alternative. Years ago I had used it back when they only had functionality for publishing ebooks. … Continue reading