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What’s the Difference Between a Writer and an Author?

The Business of Publishing

By Evan Swensen| 10/03/2013
Congratulations, you’re published! But what exactly does it mean to be “published”? Besides the fact that your work is finally in print and your college alumni has asked to interview you for their newsletter it also means fame and f...

Are Book Signings Fun?

By Evan Swensen| 09/09/2013
If your book signings aren’t fun, you’re doing them wrong. I know, because Publication Consultants and I have helped put on more than 100 of them. For your viewing pleasure, we have put a short video on our web site, showing some of the many book...

Writing a Book Backwards?

By Evan Swensen| 09/05/2013
As we mentioned in an earlier blog, we have a second printing of the wonderful stories of how some writers became our authors. In this new printing, we have four completely new stories from our authors, as well as an update from Bonnye Matthews, as s...

How Does Your Publisher Protect Your Copyright?

By Evan Swensen| 07/30/2013
Will your publisher protect your copyright? At Publication Consultants, in four out of our five programs, we always copyright your work in your name, and register it with the Library of Congress, also in your name. In only one of our publishing progr...

Book Promotion Woes?

By Evan Swensen| 07/24/2013
Too many new authors believe that once their book is written the sales will just come pouring in and they will make a bundle. Sadly, this disillusionment is shattered when they receive a royalty check. The honest to goodness truth of the matter is th...

Writing Tip: Marketing a Book? Market Yourself!

By Evan Swensen| 05/10/2013
In our years as publishers, and as authors ourselves, we take great interest in finding out what works in marketing a book. Some of the things we have learned? When you are selling books, the first thing you have to sell to your reader is yourself. E...

What is the Associated Press?

By Evan Swensen| 04/30/2013
Associated Press is the network created back in 1846 to share articles amongst newspapers, back in the days before the Internet. If a particular newspaper pays to subscribe to the Associated Press, they can reprint articles from other AP papers. The ...

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