Tagged: self-publishing

Bizarre Indiegogo Campaign Continues As Creator Asks Backers Not To Pledge

“I screwed up. I take full responsibility, and it is all my fault.” Not the most inspiring pitch for an Indiegogo campaign for Norilana Books. The company is behind on royalty payments to authors, and the story behind it is really quite sad. From the campaign… Read More

Self-publishing “No Longer A Dirty Word Thanks To Crowdfunding”

I didn’t want to be a self-published author. Self published authors are nebbishy zeroes, secure in their own self-regard, quixotic in their efforts, shameless in their self-promotion. They are shambling ghosts of anger and resentment, ignored by the establishment and unappreciated by their peers. One… Read More

#Crowdfunding News Roundup: December 9, 2013

Quartz | 2014 is the year of the internet of things—no, seriously, we mean it this time The “Internet of Things” movement is alive and growing and Quartz predicts that things will really take off in 2014. Of course, crowdfunding stands to be front and center… Read More

Self Publishing Through Indiegogo

Mike Har­ris is tak­ing the route cho­sen by many authors through­out his­tory — by try­ing to make his Grandfather’s nov­els a self-publishing suc­cess. Are you ready to take a chance on an unknown author, and help make it hap­pen for him? Self-publishing feels like a rel­a­tively… Read More

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