SPRT #170 – Roundup of Indie Publishing News and Stuff – 1 December 2016

SPRT #170 – Roundup of Indie Publishing News and Stuff – 1 December 2016

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Everyone’s favourite Romance author, Zoe York joined us on the News Roundtable Roundup to discuss:

– Didn’t Amazon do well this Thanksgiving?
– Facebook has been exaggerating the truth…
– Barnes & Noble still exists and they’re trying really hard!
– Vulnerability to WordPress has been fixed
– ZOMG The end is nigh! SPRT to end!

SPRT #167 – Roundup of Indie Publishing News and Stuff – 3 November 2016

SPRT #167 – Roundup of Indie Publishing News and Stuff – 3 November 2016

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Welcome to the Roundtable Roundup, our monthly podcast (first Thursday of the month) where we invite a guest or two to join us live to discuss the previous month’s news and views from the self-publishing and indie industry.

This week Zoe York joined us to discuss:

– Author Earnings: Indie eBook Market Share is down!
– Will the real Stephen King please stand up
– Reedsy launches free publishing courses
– Changes to the Kindle Publishing Guidelines
– Changes to the Amazon pre-order rules

SPRT #163 – Roundup of Indie Publishing News and Stuff – 6 October 2016

SPRT #163 – Roundup of Indie Publishing News and Stuff – 6 October 2016

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Welcome to the Roundtable Roundup, our monthly podcast (first Thursday of the month) where we invite a guest or two to join us live to discuss the previous month’s news and views from the self-publishing and indie industry.

We were joined by Supernatural Thriller and Post-Apoc author, John L. Monk and discussed:

– Amazon bans incentivised reviews
– KU page reads missing
– Harlequin Lawsuit finally sorted
– Ellora’s Cave is closing, but…

Audio available for download or watch on youtube 😀

SPRT #158 – Roundup of Indie Publishing News and Stuff – 1 September 2016

SPRT #158 – Roundup of Indie Publishing News and Stuff – 1 September 2016

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Welcome to the Roundtable Roundup, our monthly podcast (first Thursday of the month) where we invite a guest or two to join us live to discuss the previous month’s news and views from the self-publishing and indie industry.

Romance author Zoe York joined us tonight to discuss:

– Penguin Random House still claiming that subscription services are hurting authors
– Joanna Penn’s strategy for getting on a bestseller list
– Pride and Prejudice and Zombies author taken to court by Hachette