The Good, the Bad and the Mediocre of Self-Publishing

Part V in the Write2Ignite Author Interview series on Self-Publishing

Ken Winters, author of the YA novel The Lost Crown of Colonnade, served as a Navy Chaplain; a few years ago, he retired from full-time ministry. After investigating several Christian self-publishing companies, he published this first novel in 2011. He shares here, in the fifth of our Write2Ignite author interviews on self-publishing, what he learned […]

Self-Publishing Series Part IV Author Interviews

Janice D. Green's Self-Publishing Ventures

Author and former Write2Ignite Team member Janice D. Green has a wealth of experience with self-publishing projects. Below, she shares information about the steep learning curve she experienced as she navigated different options, programs, and methods for publishing books herself. What book did you first publish using a self-publishing provider or system? I have self-published several […]

The Tale of Three Authors

by Cheri Cowell I am an author/publisher. I began writing in 2000 with magazine articles and seven years later published my first book. Recently, I had my fourth traditionally published book release with Zondervan; but it is helping my fellow authors extend their reach through my company, EABooks Publishing, that gives me the most satisfaction. […]

Reflecting with Publisher and Author, Cheri Cowell

by Sally Matheny This wintery week we’re catching some rays of joy with Cheri Cowell, owner and publisher of EABooks. Also a published author and speaker, Cheri will present two workshops at the 2015 Write2Ignite Conference: How to Evaluate Your Options: Traditional Publishing, Independent Publishing, or a Combination and Why You Need an E-book/Audiobook: Taking […]