About the only thing that remains constant in e-book publishing is that it changes—everything from the services to marketing strategies. Here, I’ve attempted to round-up all the good resources I know of related to (1) learning to publish an e-book, (2) finding the right e-publishing services, and (3) staying on top of changes in the industry.
Fiction is stories. Tell stories, and you can make money from publishing them yourself, or you can go the traditional publishing route: http://www.fabfreelancewriting.com/blog/2013/06/23/writing-kindle-fiction-for-love-and-money
Since 2013, I have been annually updating this informational chart about the key publishing paths. It is available as a PDF download—ideal for photocopying and distributing—plus the full text is in this post.
This guest post from Porter Anderson explains the terms of a new program—a partnership between Library Journal and BiblioBoard—to help distribute self-published ebooks into the library market. My own self-published book, Publishing 101, is enrolled in the SELF-e program.
Earlier this year, I began writing monthly for the IngramSpark blog, which is focused on the concerns of self-publishing authors and small presses. (As some of you may know, I recommend IngramSpark for authors who want to distribute and sell print books.) Click here to see quick list of what you’ll find.