Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Self-Publishing firm finds national audience - New Hampshire Business Review

Panzer made a short trip into the Catosphere today. Our inquisitive kitty boy found an interesting post about self-publishing at the New Hampshire Business Review site.

Always check things out first.
According to a post there by Liisa Rajala, self-published author J.J. Hebert has a company called MindStir Media. Based on his experiences with his self-publishing, Mr. Hebert decided to help other authors with the process, He hired editors and illustrators to be able to offer those services to authors. In order to be a full service company to authors, his next step was to start a self-publishing press, Seacoast. They publish hardbacks, softcover, and ebooks and report they've published 400 books now.

Panzer says, "The last section of the post is an interview with an author who has used the business for all of her books."

Note: This is a l-o-n-g post. You'll need a b-i-g cup of tea and a muffin for today's reading.

To read the post, tootle over to self-publishing firm

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