Archive | September, 2007

BTB #28: It’s 2007. Do You Know Where Your Editor Is?

In today’s information age, publishing timelines have become increasingly tighter and tighter. With this rush to publish, corners may be cut and your book or manuscript may not receive the editor attention that you and your audience expect. As a writer, you need to know what to expect from editors, how best to communicate with […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Upcoming Seminar: Book Indexing Basics

Both in print as well as for online media, content that is properly indexed earns enhanced value in the marketplace. In fact, a well-made index can help authors and publishers to leverage better the power of the information age for their business success! Join us on Thursday, September 27, at 2 p.m. Eastern (11 a.m. […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

BTB #27: Google Book Search

By special arrangement with the Text and Academic Authors Association and Google, Beyond the Book presents “Google Book Search: Opportunities for Academic Publishers and Authors in the Online Channel.” Chris Palma, Strategic Partner Development Manager for Google Book Search, illustrates how digital technology is opening new vistas in publishing, offering fresh opportunities to discover, develop […]

Read full story Comments { 1 }

BTB #26: Getting Reviews that Rock You to the Top

Penny Sansevieri is a book marketing and media relations specialist and the founder of Author Marketing Experts Inc. She coaches authors on projects, manuscripts, and marketing plans and instructs a variety of courses on publishing and promotion. In this Beyond the Book session, Sansevieri addresses the difference between reaching out to the right media and […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }