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Hannah Gordon, Deborah Herman, and Lindy Ryan., January/February 2022
Working With Ghostwriters 101 »

PUBLISHED JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2022 by Hannah Gordon, Deborah Herman, and Lindy Ryan— How an author, publisher, and a ghostwriter can collaborate so true success can happen. There is a sense that writing as a career is a glamorous pursuit. There is also a misconception that all writers can make a living doing it full time. There …

James Aquilone, Joe Mynhardt, and Lindy Ryan, July/August 2021
How Kickstarter Can Pave the Way For a Publishing Deal »

PUBLISHED JULY/AUGUST 2021 by James Aquilone, Joe Mynhardt, and Lindy Ryan — The story of Classic Monsters Unleashed told from the perspective of the author and two of his publishing partners. Synopsis: Author James Aquilone discusses why he decided to use a crowdfunding campaign to create his anthology of short stories and shares five reasons …

Angela Bole, May/June 2020
Directors Desk: A Report from IBPA’s Annual Meeting of Members »

PUBLISHED MAY/JUNE 2020 by Angela Bole, CEO, Independent Book Publishers Association — IBPA gathered for their first virtual annual meeting to learn about the state of the association, approve revisions to IBPA bylaws and vote for IBPA board canditates. Following the cancellation of IBPA’s in-person Annual Meeting of Members scheduled for April 4, 2020, in …

Brooke Warner, May/June 2020
Board Member’s Memo: Note from Outgoing IBPA Board Chair, Brooke Warner »

PUBLISHED MAY/JUNE 2020 Read Brooke Warner’s parting message to the IBPA community and get to know the new IBPA Board Chair and Board Members Brooke Warner completes six years of service on the IBPA Board of Directors on June 30, 2020 (four years as an at-large board member and two years as chair). Each outgoing …

Deb Vanasse, March/April 2019
Collective Engagement: Authors and Publishers Marketing Together »

PUBLISHED MARCH/APRIL 2019 by Deb Vanasse, Reporter, IBPA Independent magazine – Marketing a book can be complicated, time-consuming, and expensive. Authors and publishers should join forces to implement a plan that works. If ever there was a time when authors could simply write books and cede all sales-related responsibilities to publishers, that era is no …

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