The Journal Record interviewed me last week, and published an update to the Tate Publishing saga today. In a nutshell, it states that the Oklahoma Attorney General: Is having a difficult time sifting through the authors’ files (some are empty or corrupt) Is having a difficult time contacting some of the authors What we found […]
Before you (or any author) does business with Solopress, you might want to read the 26 one-star reviews about them on…
After you get past the shock and anger of your book sales instantly vanishing into thin air, what can you do to get that book back on the market ASAP?
24 publishers who bit the dust, leaving their authors high and dry.
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CreateSpace (which is owned by Amazon) was recently criticized for publishing fraudulent books under a real author’s name in what stinks to high heaven of a money laundering scheme. Here’s how it it appears to work…
BookLocker.com, a firm that competes with CreateSpace (and many others), is the parent company of this publication. Many authors who are unhappy with other publishers have submitted their manuscripts to BookLocker for consideration. However, BookLocker.com vets manuscripts for quality and salability, and rejects a large number of manuscripts each year. When we do, we refer […]