"Seems well worth checking out for those who are writing e-books. I think I had heard about it briefly before when we had a person from the County Library talk to the Writers Guild when it met at Auntie's Bookstore. Did not get a lot of details…"
"I think I should have explained this better. If you aren't aware of it - it's completely safe and legitimate Linda. It's called self-e Library Journal and is a subscription service that makes indie books available to the public…"
"More information: I discovered (online) that it purports to be an interactive site where authors can upload their work and have it considered for the site which purportedly works with libraries to make the work available. I don't see any…"
I followed the link and it requires a login and account (not interested at this time since I don' know what this is) and it did have a note that said no libraries in my area had access to the content. I think this must be something…"
Hi Sonja Mongar,Congratulations, you have successfully moved into the library space!Your book, Two Spoons of Bitter, is now available in Indie Washington, a collection of books from local indie authors available exclusively on the BiblioBoard Library mobile and web platform. This collection is available to patrons of participating libraries all across your state/region. That’s right, your book is now available with just one click of a button to thousands of new readers in your state/region!Your…See More
Where do you run to forget your past?Art therapist Ella Donovan says good-bye for good to the alcoholic grandmother who raised her and the cold, Podunk Minnesota town she grew up in. She arrives in a charming, antebellum city of colorful bridges and…
Hi, allIn the event you have published through Amazon's CreateSpace or plan to do so, be aware that CreateSpace is being collapsed into KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing). If you want to read what they have to say about this change, visit the site at:https://kdp.amazon.com/en_US/help/topic/GSJULX3WGP36HQ3RBest wishes!LindaSee More