The Self-Published Authors’ Guide to Arranging Book Signings at Barnes & Noble

With more than 600 outlets across the United States, Barnes & Noble has the most book retail stores in the country. A Fortune 1000 company, it is considered most successful and one of those at the top. Consequently, as an author, you might find it intimidating to even consider a book signing event at a Barnes & Noble, and even more so if you’re self-published.


Tips About Taxes for Self-Published Authors

We all know that taxes are inevitable. As a newly self-published author, you’re going to encounter taxes sooner or later, so it is essential that you get to know the basics as you begin your new venture. In this article, we will be exploring some key concepts about taxes that you should understand. Do note, however, that this is not a substitute for legal advice; should you have a very specific problem with taxes, you should consult an attorney or tax professional.


Top Reasons Why You Should Hire an Editor

A common misconception about editors is that their job is to correct your grammatical mistakes—they fix commas and misspellings and maybe add some semicolons here and there to make you look smart. Editors indeed do all of the above, but they are also experts at looking for things you may have never thought about while writing your manuscript, and this extends beyond grammar. So why should I hire an editor? Can’t I do these things by myself?

We now have a hybrid program!

Mirage Hybrid Publishing

Mirage Hybrid Publishing is an imprint of The Paper House designated for select books. Mirage is a publishing model that combines the benefits of both traditional and self-publishing. You keep creative control, intellectual property, and the majority of royalties. Hundreds of books are sold daily in the United States and this can only be met by an aggressive production, marketing, and distribution services.