Tag Archives: self-publishing

Middle Grades Mysteries: Back at Last

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, again writing as Kathy. The Finder of Lost Things, my standalone historical mystery, will be released next Tuesday and I’ll blog more about that in my second post this month, but today I want to … Continue reading

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Maya’s Heritage

John Clark celebrating the publication of a really good young adult urban fantasy by my friend Laurie Graves. She’s guest blogged here a few times and many may remember her and husband Clif as the creators and publishers of Wolf … Continue reading

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How Much Does it Cost to Self-Publish (And Is it Worth the Money?)

It’s Jen again, coming to you from another drizzly, overcast day – though I’m not complaining, as the last few days it’s been bright sunny skies and gorgeous fall colors. A little rain now and again comes with the territory. … Continue reading

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Setting Yourself Up for Self-Publishing Success

Jen here, writing on a slightly overcast and delightfully fall-ish day in midcoast Maine. I’m very excited about the subject today, since it’s something near and dear to my heart: independent publishing. Since Kate Flora wrote the very popular post, … Continue reading

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Should You Self Publish?

Paul Doiron here— Earlier this week an author named Jessica Park wrote an essay on IndieReader recounting the trouble she’d experienced finding a publisher for a young adult novel she had written. She had previously published five YA books with traditional … Continue reading

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