Just about when writer Peter Rake thought he’d better give up on the idea of getting his stories published, an email to MetaPlume changed his mind. Peter has had just one of many short stories published so far (and we’re working hard behind the scenes at MetaPlume to get more ready). His local paper, The [...]
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It’s been a pleasure to read over ‘Parents Are People Too. An Emotional Fitness Program for Parents’, Katherine’s second book (her first being ‘When Good Kids Do Bad Things‘). Originally published in print by Penguin 1997, the book will soon be e-published by MetaPlume on Amazon. The book has been taken from print, to pdf, [...]
Posted in Publishing industry on May 2nd, 2012
With sales of the Nook (Barnes & Noble’s answer to the Kindle) dwindling to the extent that there were rumors that they might stop offering their own tablet/eReader, Microsoft’s investment of $300 million will extend the Nook’s longevity. As the Business Insider points out, the investment is a little quirky since the Nook runs Android [...]
The reporting system on Kindle Direct Publishing is really not set up well for publishers. For a publisher that uses an account to publish titles by multiple authors the fact that you can’t generate, export or provide a login to show sales figures for selected titles is really annoying. You can’t showan author a bonafide [...]