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Here at MYEBOOK we ♥ authors. Our days are spent helping authors reach new readers around the world whilst reducing the costs associated with self-publishing. We achieve this by helping to convert, publish and market an author's eBook online.

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    Maggie Tideswell Paranormal Romance Author
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    Lize Jacobs Author of Lost in Chance
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Bookboon - Delivering a future, one free eBook at a time

Bookboon - Delivering a future, one free eBook at a time

 

Free books! Free books! I won’t lie, I feel like Oprah standing outside a public library dishing out free books to passers-by. The comparison might not actually be that far off from the truth…

 

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Indie Author Fringe - A free online event for indie authors

Indie Author Fringe - A free online event for indie authors

 

Listening to the latest podcast from Joanna Penn when I heard of an event of interest to self-publishing authors - The Indie Author Fringe. After a bit of Googling I see that the event is actually three different events, spaced throughout the year, with the first being on April the 15th. Each of the three events is timed to coincide with an international book fair. Each of the three events will cover different aspects of a writer's journey through self-publishing.

The best part? All events are conducted 100% online. Oh did I mention they were free.

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State of the third-world self-publishing industry: An interview with Dave Henderson founder of MYeBook

State of the third-world self-publishing industry: An interview with Dave Henderson founder of MYeBook

 

I almost didn't list this interview on the blog. Disecting the latest innovations in our publishing industry is an easy article. I share the good and the bad and the reader decides if the topic discussed is their cup of tea. This interview however, recorded in studio by my friend Devon Martindale from local audio production company Audioshelf has an open and honest look at the life of the rare breed of animal, the African writer.

We discuss the obvious pains of writing from our continent, dealing with issues such as receiving payments from abroad. We also look at the various publishing platforms available to writers, including their pros and cons from an African point of view.

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