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Enabling DRM for Kindle Publishing

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(upbeat music) – Hey guys, Julie Broad of havemoreinfluence.com, and the new author of The New Brand You, now available in bookstores and Amazon everywhere. So I had a question come in from Jennifer, and this is for all of you self-publishing authors out there trying to make some decisions when you’re uploading your book […]

For Authors: 5 Tips for Self-Publishing a Book

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– Hey there, it’s Julie Broad. So you wanna self-publish a book. Get ready, it’s gonna be fun. Alright, so you may or may not know that I chose to self-publish my book, More Than Cashflow the Real Risks and Rewards of Profitable Real Estate Investing. It was a wild ride and we’ve had a […]

How to Make a Children’s Kindle Picture Book Using Public Domain Images.

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How to make a children’s picture book using free programs and public domain content. Welcome my name is Fay B. Bolton and I’m the author of nine children’s picture books. Today I’m going to show you how you can create your own children’s book using free content and free software so you can publish your […]

The real reason To Kill A Mockingbird became so famous

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What if I told you that To Kill A Mockingbird is overrated? “Can you, uh…can you read and write?” Wait, Atticus, let me explain, let me explain. What I’m saying is it’s weird how this book is so, so famous. Let me tell you a story. I read this book for fun in fourth grade. […]

Quickie Books™ by Penguin Random House | April Fools

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We’re Penguin Random House, the world’s leading book publisher. People love our books. But one issue we hear from our readers is there isn’t enough time to read them all, which is why we’re excited to help you enjoy more books faster with our new product line, Quickie Books by Penguin Random House. Quickie Books […]

Discussion: Hardcover? Paperback? E-book?

Discussion: Hardcover? Paperback? E-book?

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Hi community of awesome, I’m Ava Jae, and this is bookishpixie. So I’m going to do a slightly different vlog format today, where instead of me giving tips I’m going to talk about my opinion on a topic and you guise can share your opinion, and it’ll be like a discussion vlog. So today’s topic […]

Inside Random House: Bringing Our Authors’ Books to Life

Inside Random House: Bringing Our Authors’ Books to Life

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Writing a book is an extremely complicated job. It isn’t just one sits down at a computer and just lets it rip. That could be a very good first draft, for example. In fact David Ebershoff, one of our great editors at Random House, has always said that writing is all about rewriting. And so […]

NORMAL PEOPLE by Sally Rooney | Book Club Discussion

NORMAL PEOPLE by Sally Rooney | Book Club Discussion

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Hi readers, I’m Jess. And I’m Abbe. Thank you so much for joining our August book club when we read Normal People by Sally Rooney. So this book follows two friends, Marianne and Connell. They grow up in a small little town in Ireland and Marianne’s kind of the outcast Connell is way more popular, […]

Teaching, Writing & Books : How to Join a Science Fiction Book Club

Teaching, Writing & Books : How to Join a Science Fiction Book Club

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Hi I’m Laura from youngwritersworkshops.com and I’m going to talk about how to join a science fiction book club. There are a couple different types of science fiction book clubs. There are science fiction book clubs that you can join and by joining this club you’ll receive a substantial discount on books that you buy. […]

Meet the Author: Megan Griswold (THE BOOK OF HELP)

Meet the Author: Megan Griswold (THE BOOK OF HELP)

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Hi, I’m Megan Griswold, and I’m author of The Book of Help: A Memoir in Remedies. It’s a non-traditional look and a non-cliche look at how we try to grow, and move along, and evolve as human beings without being irritatingly didactic, but hopefully open, and honest, and sometimes embarrassingly so. And hopefully, you’ll be […]