Assisted Self-Publishing

I’d been wondering what the recent explosion in self-publishing was going to mean for traditional publishers and, in particular, for literary agents. It’s been all too obvious lately with what it’s doing to bookshops. Several big chains have unfortunately gone under due to the rise in ebooks – Borders in the US and Angus and… Continue reading Assisted Self-Publishing

Nearly Ready to Self-Publish

I’m just about ready to self-publish my first book on Kindle. The book is Oh Auntie! that I wrote in 2005 and which was published by Mentor Press in Ireland. I’ve updated it slightly and am rereleasing it since the copyright has reverted to me when Mentor pulled out of the children’s publishing market. It’s… Continue reading Nearly Ready to Self-Publish

Ebooks and Younger Readers

I’m in the process of preparing some of my children’s books for publishing on Kindle. The copyright reverted to me a few years ago after Mentor Press sadly decided to stop its children’s publishing. So I will rerelease my books in electronic format. I’m doing a little bit of updating as I format them so… Continue reading Ebooks and Younger Readers

Eighth Kindle Million Club Member

Less than a fortnight ago I wrote about the Kindle Million Club’s seven members. Well, there’s an eighth member now – John Locke. He’s the first self-published author to join the club, so it’s all very inspiring for those of us looking to go the Kindle self-publishing route. John Locke writes the Donovan Creed series… Continue reading Eighth Kindle Million Club Member