RESOURCES

This is the site for links to podcasting aids and my own tutorials that I hope will help you through the difficult spots in podcasting, of which there are more than a few.

For now, if you’re interested in self-publishing, you might want to investigate a division of Amazon, called CreateSpace. This is print on demand publishing, and if you’re adept at Word for the text, and Adobe Photoshop for the cover, you can get into print for modest cost.

Be careful when choosing your book distribution channels. You earn the largest royalty if you use the CreateSpace direct channel and the least if you use the behemoth Amazon channel, where you may sell more books, so you’ll make it up in volume!

Once you have set up an account, you can access their help desk. It is a bit complicated, but they usually call you at once. On the web site, click the help button on top right side of home page. On the next page, click the contact support button on the bottom of the left-hand column. On the next page, click on the button that applies to your question, or the “more options” button if the others don’t apply. If your subject is not on the next screen, then choose the “None of the above,” the last option. The next screen will have a “Call Me” choice. Click on that, and, at last, a screen will appear where you can type in your phone number.

Here is the CreateSpace link:

CreateSpace Web Site

 

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  1. Allan – I am really impressed with what you have accomplished! The podcasts are a wonderful way to showcase both your books and your family poetry and history. I do like having both the written word and verbal renditions. Your fiction is very engaging and I admire your ability to figure out how to get them published and online.
    Lee

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