We are in the final stages of our digital production of The Circular Staircase – the end is nigh! Continue reading
September 27, 2013
This past week we concentrated on wrapping up the promotional piece (website) and finalizing the InDesign version for our print book, the goal being to allocate the last week towards epub production and presentation prep.
Now onto week three, The Geek Guild is one step closer to the Emerald City.
Now that The Picture of Dorian Gray can be found on the web as public domain, what would motivate you to buy a book which content is free and readily available?
We have experimented with exporting our book and paragraph indents work!
We need to figure out how to eliminate the double chapter heading issue. UPDATE: We remedied this issue by clicking a button called “show title in exports.” This allowed us to have only the roman numeral for each chapter visible at the beginning of each chapter.
“A rollicking space adventure from the father of science fiction”
##LeanPub in Action – the Good and the Bad
– The chapters have been loaded into the Leanpub Dropbox folder. Sometimes this seems a little too easy.
Butler Press Marketing Plan
The Circular Staircase by Mary Roberts Rinehart
Butler Press will introduce a classic detective model in a new and innovative format. It will be accessible and relatable while still retaining the romanticism and nostalgia that accompanies the tactile touch of the page, the musty scent of the paper, and the comforting appearance that the yellowbacks provide. Continue reading
Our first step is to build a newsletter list to send out promotional campaigns. At Word Vancouver on September 29th, 2013 we will be handing out flyers (with our Website, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest listed alongside our mission statement and a picture of the front cover) offering candy and asking people to sign up for our newsletter. Our website also has an option to sign up for our newsletter (created free on MailChimp). Continue reading
CoinFlip finally landed at the bottom of the rabbit-hole that is Booktype. At least to the degree that our text is flowed and formatted (mostly) and the pictures are inserted and working in the text (also mostly).