Congratulations, you’ve signed a consignment deal! All your hard work has paid off, and your book is on the shelf at a local bookstore. So why aren’t the crowds flooding in to buy it yet?
One thing that Denver has become known for over the past decade is its massive influx of out-of-staters moving to the Mile High City. Whether it be a consequence of this ever-changing mix of voices or a reaction to the inspiring cultural and physical landscape of the state, Colorado is home to a rich and vibrant poetry scene.
As an indie or self-published author, your book release party is a chance for you to put down the pen and raise a glass to all those countless late nights, endless edits, and tearful calls to your editor (which may or may not be your mom, we don’t judge).
If you’ve been debating skipping out on the eBook craze, you may want to reconsider.
This digital era we live in can get overwhelming. It seems nearly everything takes place online now; from conversations to classes to — you guessed it! — reading books.
Although it may not always feel like it, being a self-published author has several advantages over traditional publishing.
If you’re a parent, times have probably changed a lot since you were a kid.
It’s a little-known fact that Steuben Press gets its name from the town where founder Adam Ellis and his family grew up, Steubenville, Ohio along the Ohio River in the southeastern part of the state.
There’s nothing quite like holding your first finished self-published book in your hands.
True horror fans know that the stories that give you goosebumps are a thrill year-round, not just on Halloween. There’s nothing like a bone-chilling suspense novel to keep you turning the pages.
Adam Ellis and his staff are amazing. I had complete cooperation and help throughout the process. I can't say enough. If anyone needs a reference, I am here. They did everything to help me finish my mother in law's story of her life efficiently and quickly. Thanks Adam!
Mary Ralian's book is titled Anna's Story.