Indie writer's web pages

Traditional Publishing, Independent Publishing, Hybrid, Old Model, New Model, Etc.
Posts: 3527
Joined: Sun May 13, 2012 8:59 pm
Location: Central Cailf.

Indie writer's web pages

Postby LDWriter2 » Tue Jan 26, 2016 8:05 pm

Thought this might help any one else that could come up with this question so I post this here.

It has to do with publishing my own books Indie style.

Okay another question.

This one I should know the answer to but can't think of it at the moment

It looks like I need to set up two web sites,

One is a author's site and one is a publisher site. The second is because I am an Indie writer which means there is no company that already has a publisher's site. It's me but to help people find my books these two web sites are important. I have been using my blog as a writer's web site but I need one just for news about my books.

So I seem to have forgotten the places where I can set up said web sites. I probably have links but I don't feel like going through my links to find them-I have way too many. So any suggestions would be appreciated. And evidently there are ways to sell my books over the web pages-does anyone here have experience with that?

And I decided on a name for my publishing.

Butterfly and Eagle publishing.

I kinda of like Butterfly flapping and Eagle soaring but that might be a bit long.
Working on turning Lead into Gold.

Four HMs From WotF
The latest was Q1'12
HM-quarter 4 Volume 32
One HM for another contest
published in Strange New Worlds Ten.
Another HM

Posts: 362
Joined: Thu Sep 06, 2012 3:17 am

Re: Indie writer's web pages

Postby liz » Sat Feb 06, 2016 10:03 am

I haven't set up a publishing website but I've heard of others who have and found it useful. Here's some thoughts: ... ?page=1810 ... -imprints/

One question is, do you just want to set up a publishing website or do you want to form a publishing company?

I've thought about it. I'd like to be able to do other things like form an anthology or recruit other writers for my nonfiction series (you know, the one I'm dreaming about but haven't actually written. Right now I make about 6 bucks a month with my writing, so for me it's not worth the headache yet ;) But maybe someday!

Return to “Publishing: The Business Of”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests