Bublish’s “2020 Publish From Home” (#PFH) Trainings

With millions hunkered down around the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the team at Bublish brainstormed on ways we could help writers and authors stay creative, productive, and connected. The result of our brainstorming? A free, weekly training series called, “2020 #PublishFromHome.” You can follow the #PFH hashtag on Bublish’s Twitter and Instagram channels […]

Creativity in Times of Crisis

Perhaps you’ve seen the videos from Italy. Hundreds of people standing on their balconies singing together as they pass their days quarantined due to the COVID-19 outbreak. What is happening all around us feels completely surreal, but I take enormous comfort from those scenes. They speak volumes about the creative power of the human spirit. […]

What Type of Edit Does Your Book Need?

We get a lot of questions about editing here at Bublish. Among other things, writers wonder what type of editing they need for their book, how much editing costs, and how long it takes to go through a particular phase of editing. With all these questions in mind, we’ve put together this overview of the […]

Bublish Success Story: The Christmastime Series by Linda Mahkovec

Before author Linda Mahkovec started working with Bublish, she was having little success selling copies of her books, even though her stories were highly reviewed. Her problem was marketing. Too few people knew about her great books. That’s changing quickly now. Working with Bublish as her distribution and marketing partner, Linda has seen strong growth […]

Bublish’s Top 3 Self-Publishing Predictions for 2020 and Beyond

It’s the beginning of a new decade, so I thought it was time to write my first “publishing predictions” blog. The first two decades of the new millennium were filled with innovation and disruption in the publishing industry. Online bookselling, the rise of Amazon, the tremendous growth of self-publishing, and the popularization of the eBook […]

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The Top Two Things Award-Winning Books Have in Common

In today’s crowded book marketplace, winning a book award can help an indie author catch a reader’s attention and indicate to that reader that this book is worthy of their time. A book award can also convince booksellers and librarians that a title is worth adding to their collections. Book awards help indie authors stand […]

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) Is Over! What Should Writers Do Next?

The focused frenzy that is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) ended on November 30. Thousands of writers around the world spent last month striving to hit ambitious daily writing goals in order to complete the first draft of a 50,000-word manuscript. Everyone who participated and made an effort should pat themselves on the back. Participation […]

Don’t Let the Holidays Stop You From Writing Your Book

Ho! Ho! Ho! Thanksgiving is next week and the holiday season is officially upon us. Everyone gets busy around the holidays, but it’s actually a great time to write your book. The thousands of writers around the world who are participating in National Novel Writing Month, also known as NaNoWriMo, know this to be true. […]