Most authors are familiar with the difference between self-publishing and traditional publishing, but more and more publishers are popping up with the label of “co-publisher,” “collaborative publisher,” or “hybrid publisher.” When it comes to finding a publisher that fits your needs and your vision for your book, it helps to know what this means and exactly what type of publishing you can expect.
We cannot be educated and empathetic humans in regards to the experiences of others unless we are willing to read those stories and put ourselves in their shoes. Censorship puts a block on those stories and silences the voices that our history has already had a messy track record of silencing.
On November 8, 2016, I reacted the same as many Americans when it was announced that Donald Trump had officially won the vote for the United States Presidential Election. In the months leading up to the election, I scoffed at the surreal, reality TV-like world that had become my home country. I never once dreamed that this man would be president, in spite of the fact that many close to me told me he had Read more…
With so many choosing to listen to books instead of reading the physical copies, it is no doubt the publishing industry has needed to change with the evolving demands of technology and fast-paced culture.
What is the difference between personal branding and professional branding? Why does it matter and when is it better to use one over the other? Let’s start by defining what each one is.