Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Blog
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Today is our day to extend a big hearty welcome to Sarah Katreen Hoggat, as she joins the managing editor team at Lucky Bat Books. Sarah, a Salem, Oregon editor and publisher, has been working with Lucky Bat Books on projects already, so you may have already been in touch with her. She’ll still be...
Posted on Oct 11, 2013 in Blog
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Published and on sale in ebook and print!
Kim Headlee’s second book in the Dragon’s Dove Chronicles, Morning’s Journey takes warrior queen Gyan (Guinevere) into battles alongside her consort, King Arthur. In Headlee’s sequel to the critically acclaimed Dawnflight, Morning’s...
Posted on Dec 31, 2012 in Blog
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Publishing Notes from the Lucky Bat Books Team
We’re approaching the end of a year, beginning of a new one, and what did we learn in 2012? What’s going to matter in 2013?
It takes a team—a highly professional and accomplished team—to create a successful Lucky Bat Books. When Cindie and I...
Posted on Nov 13, 2012 in Blog
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by Judith Harlan.
We wrestled with the where’s and how’s of publishing to just the foreign market for one of Janis Ian’s popular books, Society’s Child: my autobiography, which we put out last month. Here’s what we’ve done, so far, and more importantly, what we’re still considering doing.
Posted on Nov 23, 2011 in Blog
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One of the biggest gifts of the huge changes in the publishing world is the access writers now have to distribution channels. And chief amongst these channels for the indie writer is Amazon and its print partner, CreateSpace.
These are powerful distribution and marketing channels.
As I was talking with a...