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
The Masters A to Z!
(Published on Apr. 10, 2017)
A few years ago, my 5-year-old daughter asked what the clubhouse at the Masters ... read more
An Expression of Love: My Journey to Becoming a Children's Book Author
(Published on Apr. 4, 2017)
Books have always been at the heart of my family. My mom loves to ... read more
Mascot Books Announces April 2017 New Releases!
(Published on Apr. 3, 2017)
CHILDREN'S BOOKS: SPACESHIP THROUGH THE STARS by Kate Morse After her son lost ... read more
Crowd-Funding Helped Me Bring a Slumbering Project out of the Drawer--Self-Publishing Made It Real
(Published on Mar. 31, 2017)
I’m a magazine writer by profession, but like all writers, I have a lot ... read more