Saturday, June 27, 2009
Rogue Phoenix Press charges fees for POD publishing: "In this case, the author will agree to purchase from pawprintspod.com, 20 copies of the book (at wholesale price) plus shipping costs ... The author agrees to pay the pawprintspod.com fee and the formatting fee ...."
Dark Castle Lords seem to be trying to rebrand themselves as "DCL Publications".
Ebook earning figures: a few of the specific reports look a little, um, unlikely. But the overall patterns fit well with the EREC data.
The "spellcheck me please" award of the week (yes, I know, pot:kettle) goes to the Affaire de Coeur newsletter: "Please subsmit a sample review of any book ... If you would like to put xomelthing in our newsletter, let us know".
Writing and day jobs (I relate).
Loose Id in the Washington Post: The Wizardess of Id: Romance and Sex and Werewolves, Oh My!