The Story Behind the Cover

The Story Behind the Cover How Important is a Quality Cover Design for Your Book’s Success? Remember the old cliché, “You can’t judge a book by its cover”? Well, that may be true, but when it comes to marketing your book, the cover is obviously an essential component. It is

Types of Editing That Publishing Companies Offer

Types of Editing That Publishing Companies Offer Publishing companies offer all kinds of editing options, and it’s essential for authors to know what each option means so that they know what to expect. Proofread: The editor looks for spelling mistakes, typos, and errors in grammar, type, and style. They

Quick tips to get your book into bookstores

Quick tips to get your book into bookstores The first thing that bookstores look at when deciding whether or not to accept your book is the formatting. Bookstores expect all the books they sell to adhere to publishing standards, and sometimes those standards differ between fiction and non-fiction books. For

A Few Tips to Make Your Non-Fiction Book a Success

Tips to Make Your Non-Fiction Book a Success You want your book to be unique. You want your book to stand out from the crowd. But in order to be successful, sometimes you have to copy what everyone else is doing. There’s a standard format in both fiction and

THE FOUR C’S TO PUBLISHING SUCCESS

THE FOUR C'S TO PUBLISHING SUCCESS There are over a million new books published every year in the United States alone, and millions more around the world. Seventy percent of books that are published are by first-time authors. Did you know that an average new author spends between five and $10,000 publishing

The Stigma Associated with Authors

The Stigma Associated with Authors How authors are perceived in the media is directly related to what the media demands in an interview source. Producers and editors want stories that relate to their audience base. The media wants interesting information in a bite-size form, and unfortunately, this demand is not regularly associated

Top Ten Reasons Rebel Press Should Promote Your Book

Top Ten Reasons Rebel Press Should Promote Your Book 1. Who knows you’ve written this book? Your book may have a killer title, your subject may be topical and your funding may be in place for the moment, but without a proper PR strategy, you may be yesterday’s news. In today's

What Can an Editor Do for Me?

What Can an Editor Do for Me? You've finished writing your book. Now you’re wondering, what’s next? Here at Rebel Press, we highly encourage editing. There are three things that a great editor will do for you. Number one, a great editor will give you honest feedback. Now, I

Paying To Publish Your Book Has Risks

Paying to Publish Your Book Has Risks. When authors forego vanity or print-on-demand publishing, optioning instead to professionally publish their book, some prestige and popularity may come their way as a result. However, it is important to recognize that if you decide to professionally publish your book to compete against books from

Stick Out!

Make Your Book Stick Out From The Crowd! You want your book to be unique. You want your book to stand out from the crowd. But in order to be successful, sometimes you have to copy what everyone else is doing. There’s a standard format in both fiction and nonfiction books that

MARKETING 401: Vanity vs Value

MARKETING 401: Vanity vs Value by Kyle Sockwell Everyone has their own take on marketing, but the basic principles that produce a positive return for a client are consistent across the majority of the practice. How much value can you build your consumer and can you convince that consumer that their money is

Digital Marketing for Authors – Part 2

Digital Marketing for Authors Part 2 Go to Part 1 Digital marketing is all about leading people back to your hub. It’s like leaving breadcrumbs all over the internet. That means putting quality content on your social channels. As you do this, it builds an intricate network of quality content

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