The End of Limits: Guest Post by Matthew Iden

There has been a lot of talk recently about the changes that have taken place over the last two years in the business side of publishing. Today, I have a fascinating guest post from indie author Matthew Iden who examines how the digital revolution may be changing the very way we write (and, ultimately, the way we may be compensated for that work). Before we get to that, I want to quickly mention that I’ll be running a monster sale for St. Patrick’s Weekend – right here on this blog – with 27 books from 23 different authors, across every genre, all being dropped to 99c in honor of the world’s favorite saint. There might also be a rather tasty Read More…

Guest post by David Wright – Serialization: A Timely Return for the Digital Age?

One of the most exciting aspects of the indie revolution is seeing writers moving beyond straitjacketed definitions of what a story or book should be. We have seen a resurgence in short stories, a rebirth of the novella, and, as you will see below, some fascinating experiments with serialized fiction. All of these forms were held back by the economics of print and the risk-averse nature of publishers and agents. Self-publishers, of course, are free to publish whatever they like. Today, I have an excellent guest post from one half of a writing duo that is doing just that – with great results. Here’s David Wright: “To be continued…” I first discovered these three magical words in the pages of comic Read More…