Time is flying by for our upcoming fantasy title, COURT OF VENOM. The books are in, and our team is in the awareness phase of our social media campaign. I am so excited about all of the amazing ideas our team has come up with, and I’d like to share some of them!
One of the latest, most revolutionary inventions has been the creation of artificial intelligence. This new technology may have its positive and negative impacts, but what is certain is that with change also comes doubt and fear. Will artificial intelligence take over or significantly change our jobs?
More often than not, the cost of producing a physical cookbook can leave you in the red or just barely breaking even, no matter how popular the book is upon release. None of that even covers the mental health, time, and energy involved in the creation. Despite the arduous process, given the right planning and dedication, publishing a cookbook can still lead to success, especially if you start with a blog.
There is a lot that I have learned since becoming the Digital Manager for Ooligan. One of the biggest things I’ve learned is that nobody really knows what goes on in my department. I’m here to illustrate what goes on between a finished print book and a finished ebook.
There are hundreds of translations of this one poem; you’d think that we’ve heard it enough at this point. Yet every few years, a new version is published even though there are plenty of serviceable translations already available. So what’s the point of all these new translations?
Independent publishing is often thought of as more of a passion project than a lucrative business opportunity. Most of us who have entered this field intentionally are in it for our unabashed love of books rather than making a big paycheck. Many independent publishers work tirelessly to make ends meet with a for-profit model, so what are the benefits of becoming a nonprofit?