Kent’s Corner: Illustrated Memoirs by Women
27 Apr 2016

Kent’s Corner: Illustrated Memoirs by Women

Every month, I get to share the Blurb books I’ve been reading. In case you haven’t been paying attention, we have some really, really good stuff made with us. Well, March was Women’s History Month, and it had me thinking—and reading—a lot of books by women artists. So, even though it’ll be April by the time you’re reading this, here are three books in honor Women’s...

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How to Price a Sellable Book
26 Apr 2016

How to Price a Sellable Book

You’ve already done the heavy lifting: you conceived an idea for a book and committed to the idea of publishing it. But how should you price it? This crucial question depends on a number of factors, including whether your goal is actually financial or not. Do you want to sell as many copies as possible? Do you want your price to reflect the worth and...

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Books, Gaming, and the LOUD Crossover
21 Apr 2016

Books, Gaming, and the LOUD Crossover

We believe that books can serve a purpose, and for good reason. Crossover between all communication media—online, print, TV—is essential for businesses who hope to truly capture the entire market. The smart, out-of-the-box business people are finding that diversity allows them to access new, untapped markets. Cue: Pop Sandbox, an award-winning small multimedia production and publishing company based in Toronto. They have spent the last...

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How to Print your Webcomic: Part 2
20 Apr 2016

How to Print your Webcomic: Part 2

Editor’s note: This is Part 2 of our blog post on taking your webcomic to print. Our last post was more about the books, but some reader feedback reminded us to dive deeper into the how-to. So, you want to take your webcomic from the shiny screen to paper? Perfect. With all that content, you’ve already done the hard part: Writing and editing your book....

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