A Book, Well Designed, is a Work of Art A Blog by Mark Graham, Graham Publishing Group Picture a book. Hold a book in your hands. Feel the texture. Examine the cover. Look at the publication page, the dedication, the acknowledgments. Even before you’ve opened to the first page, you’ve come face-to-face with a work of
Why the Developmental Edit is One of the Hardest Things You’ll Ever Do By Alexandra O’Connell Friends, I’d like to address a difficult and emotional topic: the developmental edit. You’ve sent your manuscript off to your editor for developmental work. You’ve completed a draft! The world is a beautiful place, filled with hope. Rainbows, puppies,
CIPA ELF Needs Drivers! Do you live near Leadville, Lamar, Norwood, or Pueblo? And do you attend the monthly CIPA meetings in Denver? And would you be interested in helping deliver book donations to local libraries? The CIPA Education and Literacy Foundation donates tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of books to libraries, hospitals, women’s
Book Out of Print? By Joe McDaniel In recent months we have come across several authors whose book publishers have gone out of business, resulting in their book titles becoming no longer available in distribution. In some cases, authors have retained their publishing rights. It is important to know the terms of your publishing agreement.
As of June 4th, 2018 – enjoy NEW CIPA membership benefits when you join, or renew your membership under the new membership plan! Click the image above for more details. Some highlights include: FREE attendance to all CIPA meetings… Free Access to CIPA library of meeting recordings and advice from experts… New members only discounts…
Writers Conference: Where Indie Books are Born and Where Indie Writers Thrive! REGISTRATION FEE GOES UP MAY 22, 2018! Click the button above, or here to register, and find out more details: https://georgetownindiecon.wordpress.com/