Coping with information overload

This post contains links to Amazon.com. Read our affiliate disclosure. Is your head exploding from all the “content” out there begging to be read? Top 5 this? 10 best that? 15 ways to (insert must-read topic here)? While more content on a topic is often helpful, there’s no doubt that information overload is a constant …

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More on self-publishing

Welcome back. As promised, here’s a bit more on self-publishing that I learned through the Editorial Freelancers Association (EFA). As with traditional publishing, the self-publishing process starts with writing and ends, more or less, when your book is sold.* However, what’s different now is the increased complexity, the numerous new options available to you, and …

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A must-read essay on publishing

This post contains links to Amazon.com. Read our affiliate disclosure. Recently, while reading about the growing trend toward self-publishing, I learned about Richard Nash’s What is the Business of Literature?(a free Kindle download). Nash offers a tightly reasoned argument that really gets you thinking—about writing, technology, publishing, social media, and, indirectly, about your own role …

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