Published: March 31, 2016
When it comes time to edit your writing project, you usually have two options. You can make edits to the document on the computer screen within the word processor that you’re using, or you can print out your project and edit it with pencil or pen (unless of course you have another quirky way of editing, say, by acting out your edits in charade-like fashion!). Let’s take a closer look at these two options:
Published: March 16, 2016
Check out some of Bookmasters’ publishers’ newest releases for March 2016:
Published: March 09, 2016
Spring is almost officially here, which means that we’re gearing up for the publishing industry’s busy trade show season. The London Book Fair is in April and BookExpo America is in May along with plenty of other regional and national shows. If you’re planning to attend any of these shows, as a visitor or an exhibitor, we’ve put together a list of tips to follow to put your best foot forward:
Published: March 03, 2016
Check out some of Bookmasters’ publishers’ newest artistic releases for March 2016:
Published: February 26, 2016
If you’re an avid reader, where do you buy your books? There’s a good chance that it’s from Amazon. If you haven’t heard, Amazon recently changed its shipping policy. Here’s what you need to know.
Published: February 18, 2016
Amazon has long been known for driving traditional bookstores out of business, and yet, reportedly has plans to open 300-400 physical bookstore locations of its own following the opening of its first store in Seattle. During a recent podcast, Wall Street Journal tech reporter Greg Bensinger said that opening 300-400 stores would make Amazon the number 2 brick and mortar book retailer after Barnes & Noble and that customers can expect to pay the same price for a book in the Amazon bookstore as they would on Amazon.com, which tends to be less than you pay in other physical bookstores today.
Published: February 11, 2016
There are lots of ways for authors and publishers to market themselves today and it’s worthwhile to explore a variety of available channels to develop a marketing mix that works best. One channel that authors and publishers should be using today is social media, essentially because it’s “where the people are.” And yet, there are still those who wonder whether it really is important when trying to get people to discover them and their books. The bottom line is this: yes, it is important. Here’s why: