Here is a great article from one of our partners, Impelsys. You've published an ebook but it's not setting the world alight. What do you do? A company that’s conscientious about inbound principles and writing content will often produce eBooks – but won’t always succeed in promoting them. This isn’t necessarily because the substance of the eBook isn’t there. It’s because they don’t quite know how to present and promote it effectively: it needs to be appealing to their target audience, and it needs to actually appear in front [read more...]
In the last one decade digital publishing has gone through multiple stages of progress, we have seen technology shaping the way content is created, delivered and consumed. As technology is on path of continuous evolution it keeps on changing aspects of life and business. Every year we hear buzzwords, some of them disappear and some become mainstay of the business. In 2017 we might hear new phrases and see the existing ones consolidating their roles. In this article we will have a brief insight on what trends will emerge or grow [read more...]
"I married crystal meth" talks about my struggles as a wife of a former drug and alcohol addict, the devastating effects of substance abuse are powerful and if untreated will prove fatal. I am certain this book will promote hope, inspiration and reassurance amongst both, addicts and their loved ones, it will guide you to the path of sobriety – there is freedom outside the addiction gates. Buy Online
If the outside of your book is badly designed or ugly, why would anyone want to read what’s inside? A book cover is an invitation to a reader or a buyer; it is a way for persuading them to read your book. The cover beckons to them to enter the world of what your book is about and interact with your characters for awhile. Your cover should clearly convey to the reader the genre of your book. It should tell the reader in one glance what the book is about. It should not be misleading, like showing a cake on the cover but is really a [read more...]
The Frankfurt book fair was a great success. The Australian Publishers Association did a fantastic job on organising the stand. We had meetings with a number of literary agents and publishers. Here are just some of main ones. Kalem Agency: Turkey September Publishing Trafalgar Publishing Sandra Bruna Agency, Spanish agent who deals with Spain, Spanish South America, Portugal, and Argentina. Beijing Hua Yun-shang De International Culture Exchange, Publishers who have 10 other publishers attached to them. [read more...]
Have you ever wondered if Jesus was just a Myth? Well here is a book that explains everything, and which has been fully researched and years in the making. A great read for those interested in this subject. John’s Gospel and the Formula behind the Myth of Jesus is about a set of ideas that largely dictated the form and content of John’s Gospel, and profoundly influenced the three Synoptic Gospels. Far from the simple narrative it seems to be, John’s Gospel is a highly complex work geared to the depiction of Jesus as a type of [read more...]
Here is a report from the Beijing book fair from one of our authors, and our partner company ContentoNow, who we introduced the book to. ContentoNow took the book to China and the Chinese government wanted the book to be placed in 10,000 libraries. A retail company will be selling the book in China too. Another company is going to translate a chapter for trail to test the market. So thank you once again, William. Belinda.
A great night was had by all at the book launch or Corridors a memoir in verse The book was launched by the British assistant High Commissioner Tony Brennan. Tony even commented that this book is also a historical account of the war years in London; seen through the eyes of a child, something that has not been done before. It is a wonderful record of those times and is a must read for all people interested in that time period. About the book In this memoir a woman now in her eighties looks back to a childhood and [read more...]
Danielle's (Danielle Hircock) book launch went wonderfully on last Saturday, with a good turnout and a lot of enthusiasm for my book. Here are some pictures of those who attended, including former Legacy (Sydney Branch) President, Legatee, Eric Easterbrook and his wife, Sally; Stewart and Joan Thompson of A Troop, Richmond/Windsor in full military uniform; members of Penrith RSL Club Sub-Branch, many family and friends.