Books

NON-FICTION BOOKS ON WRITING & PUBLISHING

The Stark Publishing Solutions series of books draw upon more than a quarter century of work in the writing, publishing and bookselling world.

  Book 1: The 7 P’s of Publishing Success

What seven traits do the most successful authors have in common? Which strategic approaches can have the most positive effect on your author career? Where should you focus your energy and effort for maximum results? How do these components work together to help you forge a powerful path through publishing?

Book 2: Killing It On Kobo

Do you want to increase your overall sales and visibility on Kobo? Are you having trouble gaining any traction or growing your reader base outside the Kindle store? Wouldn’t it be empowering not to be dependent upon a single retailer for the majority of your eBook income?

 

Book 3: An Author’s Guide to Working with Libraries and Bookstores

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Any author can get their book listed in an online catalog. But what if you want more? What if you want to rise above the digital masses and be relevant to booksellers and librarians? In today’s digital age of publishing, it’s easy to get your book listed on major retail and library sites around the world. It’s quite another thing to get libraries and bookstores to pay attention to and be interested in ordering your book.

Book 4: Wide for the Win

Any author can get their book listed in an online catalog. But what if you want more? What if you want to rise above the digital masses and be relevant to booksellers and librarians? In today’s digital age of publishing, it’s easy to get your book listed on major retail and library sites around the world. It’s quite another thing to get libraries and bookstores to pay attention to and be interested in ordering your book.

Book 5: Publishing Pitfalls for Authors

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There has never been more opportunity, more options, more pathways for writers. But with choice come potential pitfalls, traps, and career-limiting plays. This book, which draws upon more than three decades of experience in writing, publishing, and bookselling, explores those pitfalls and hazards that writers should be aware of so they can navigate their own pathway to writing and publishing success.

Book 6: Accounting for Authors

Managing finances can be difficult for anyone, but writers often face unique challenges when it comes to budgeting, calculating production and marketing costs, understanding margin, and forecasting. Whether you are self-publishing, working with publishers, performing freelance writing duties, or any combination, having a solid understanding of basic accounting principals can go a long way to making your writing life easier.

NOVELS

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SHORT STORY COLLECTIONS

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