Tag Archive for Louella Morgan-Richer

Printing your book

So, you’re a writer.  Now the book is finished you have the daunting task of finding your own printer.  Where do you begin when you are confronted with so many new terms and ideas such as ISBN, Copyright Laws, and…

Samples Please!

So, you want to be a writer?  And self publish?  And find your own printer?  And take care of legal aspects, such as ISBN and Copyright Laws? Good luck! Unless you are willing to take a lot of time to…

Chapter: You Can Quote Me

My chapter will be on how to choose a digital printer from the internet.  I have been searching many printers in the past couple of weeks.  Some are very organized and send samples based on what you tell them your…

Ready, Set…Launch?

Ok, so here goes the battle in my head.  If a publication only writes/reviews something once than it would seem as though the launch of Champlain Publishing would have to coincide with the conference.  That way, they would both receive…

The Queen Wears the Crown

Queen City Printers was very interesting to me but I must admit, I was disappointed that nothing was running.  The table in our meeting room was impressive.  Although we had learned about the letter cut outs being used, it was…

In The Zone

I feel like this course had a lot of “don’t knows” for me when I signed up. When thinking about publishing before the course, I didn’t really know what it entailed.  It was like a mystery part of wanting to…

Strategically Placed

Publishing Strategy for Townshend Book Target Market - residents of Townshend, Vermont residents of Vermont visitors of Vermont lovers of black and white photography people who love nostalgia Timing – holiday gift book Distribution – I see this as a book…

Six Degrees of Separation

Both projects presented in class interest me a great deal.  It seems remarkable to be able to participate in a project that no one else has done before.  The reasons that I love the Townsend Project are: that it includes…

Making Connections

Making Connections I learned that Napster was the catalyst for change in the music industry, that the music industry affects the book industry and vice versa, and how this led to the simplicity of self publishing today. The original Napster…