Brian asks: “If a book you’ve written isn’t up to your standards, should you publish it anyway?”
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What’s a good straightforward tutorial for doing cover art?
Joel Friedlander’s Monthly eBook Cover Design Awards
Becoming an Every Day Novelist by J. Daniel Sawyer
Createspace Cover Design Resources
Questions Ep. 176: When Your Ideas Show Up on TV
Taken By The T-Rex
Simon asks: What are your thoughts on subscription models (akin to Netflix for films or Spotify for music) for book distribution?
Zoe asks: How many books should you bank ahead of time – write, edit, and prep for publishing – when you have a series of multiple trilogies?
Charles asks: How much time should we spent on reading, writing, studying, and marketing?
Charles asks: Is it a good idea to use a throwaway pen name for your early work?
Chris asks: With Libre Office 6 now supporting epub, where does that leave Kalibre?
Melissa asks: Where do you think the indie publishing industry is going in the next 5-10 years? And what are your favorite podcasts?
Stackpole The Secrets
You Should Be Writing
Decoder Ring Theater
Lowell’s Morning Walk
NPR’s Planet Money
Peter Diamandis’ Exponential Wisdom