The March/April issue of Writer’s Digest contains an excellent series of articles under the featured header “Everything You Need to Know About Self-Publishing.” Everyone’s writing books these days, so the world of self-publishing has suddenly become a busier and more interesting place.
Writer’s Digest explores the pros and cons of self-publishing, as well as advice on using professional editing and design services to give your book a marketing edge.
Two Peas Publishing was profiled in the Lifestyles section of the Columbia, Tenn. Daily Herald recently. We were on Page 5C of the Sunday, March 15, 2009 issue. Unfortunately, the article is not on the newspaper’s website. You can see a scan of it on Two Peas’ Facebook page.
Two Peas is also mentioned in the April issue of Her Nashville magazine. Check us out on the “Her Favorites” page.
I would like to announce the formation of Two Peas Publishing, a new self-publishing venture started by my wife and I. Two Peas’ main focus is on talented unknowns who may need a little “spit and polish” to get their work up to market quality.
Visit Two Peas Publishing online to get started.
The 2008 Southern Festival of Books is scheduled for Oct. 10-12 at War Memorial Plaza in Nashville, Tenn.
Details are available at the Tennessee Humanities website, as is this year’s schedule.
Publisher Bloomsbury sees life after Harry Potter –
“We have a clutch of strong titles coming out this year, including … a new Margaret Atwood novel, and the Deathly Hallows coming out in paperback”
Bloomsbury Publishing Plc’s 2007 profits more than doubled, boosted by the release of the final Harry Potter book, and it was confident a post-Hogwarts pipeline of new titles would keep readers buying. via The Boston Globe
[Topix Publishing News]