The move towards digital publishing is happening on all fronts - even though some people aren't getting the message
Now that self-publishing is becoming respectable, maybe it's time for a new name
Most POD services are based in the US, and that can cause tax complications for those authors who aren't. Here's what I did about it
A new book about Sarah Palin is a good example of the speed afforded by new web-based publishing models
When it comes to marketing your book, having a successful website means that your readers will find you
A few more tips on designing the cover of your book
Some tips on setting up the cover of your book using Photoshop or InDesign
Some people still regard e-books as a fad or an inadequate replacement for paper. But that attitude is fast becoming outdated.
The internet still accounts for only a small portion of book sales. But maybe that's enough for self-publishers and we can simply forget about bookshops
Free e-books may or may not damage print book sales - but they'll certainly damage e-book sales
'Published by You' is no longer an option - but who benefits?
Publishers are having trouble working out what to do with the web and other new technologies. But at least some are making an effort
Publishing via CreateSpace means that self-published books get equal treatment with mainstream titles in the world's biggest bookstore
The publishing world is in trouble, and clinging to outmoded attitudes may be part of the problem
Amazon's CreateSpace service is easy to use and produces excellent results. But there are some potential snags