Why Some Traditionally Published Authors Should Consider Going Indie
(Published on Mar. 29, 2016)
New authors have long been drawn to self-publishing for reasons related to convenience, control, and in most cases, out of necessity. Let’s face it, most new authors will never get a fair shake—no matter how brilliant their work—from the publishing establishment (i.e. literary agents, large publishing houses, and national bookstores). For less established authors, self-publishing, indie publishing, or whatever you want to call it, is the only way. And that’s not a bad thing. But what about traditionally published authors? Why are some established authors diving into the indie fray more than ever before? The reason is simple: it’s a ... read more
CREATING A KILLER AUTHOR MARKETING PLATFORM- SECRET 1:PLATFORM BEFORE BOOK…WAY BEFORE
(Published on Oct. 17, 2016)
For first-time authors, the world of publishing can be an overwhelming abyss of unknowns, ... read more
New October Releases!
(Published on Oct. 4, 2016)
Children's Fiction GAIA AND THE GOLDEN TOAD: A TALE OF CLIMATE CHANGE by Joan ... read more
New Releases September 2016!
(Published on Sep. 7, 2016)
Mascot books announces new releases for September 2016. Non-Fiction 363 DAYS OF TEA by Ruby ... read more
A Young Writer's Dream Realized: Beyond the Waterfall
(Published on Aug. 29, 2016)
Eryn Flynn was ten years old when she decided she was going to publish a book ... read more