Confessions of a Sex Maniac and The Seven Gods of Luck now available as audiobooks (Visit Stillpoint’s page on Audible.com or see below for details) When I started Stillpoint Digital Press, my intention was to focus on the growing field of ebook production and distribution. A funny thing happened on the way to the iBookstore. […]
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Thanks to all of you who voted and who shared your wonderful insights regarding the cover for The Seven Gods of Luck! Here’s the final design (which has been uploaded to the printer–we’re waiting, again likely children before the holidays, for what we hope and trust are the final proofs):
I need your help! So I’ve been working away to prepare The Seven Gods of Luck for simultaneous release as an ebook, a paperback, and an audiobook. Great fun! It’s almost ready… Except for one thing — the cover. I’ve been assuming that we’d be using a cover very similar to the one designed for […]
August 5, Larkspur, CA. Jack Beritzhoff (93) didn’t start writing until he was ninety. Today, a packed house at Folio 949 listened to him read from his newly-published memoir, Sail Away: Journeys of a Merchant Seaman and then lined up to have the “young. aspiring author” (as he described himself) read from his book of […]
The savvy, committed writer doesn’t turn the book over to a publishing house any longer; she manages its journey from her mind into the hands of readers.
So, remember the news I’ve been hinting at? Here it is: The Human Face of Digital Publishing The ebook explosion has promised a new relationship between authors and their readers—one that is more immediate and personal. And yet writers looking to take advantage of this new medium find themselves in a familiar bind: either seek […]
A project (with attendant website) that I’ve been working on for months has gone live: It’s still in the early stages, but I’d love you to check it out and tell me what you think!
So, I’m creating a new website. And it’s got blogs and stuff. And I thought I’d crosslink it to my Livejournal (and thence, hopefully, to my Facebook account.) Why, you ask? Well… Um… I can’t tell you yet. But I will. Soon. I promise. 🙂