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Is Self-Publishing For You? (Part 2), by Anthony D. Fredericks

Navigating     Nonfiction A monthly column by Anthony D. Fredericks Last month we addressed some of the positive aspects of self-publishing your children’s book (you can check it out here). This month’s column will examine some of the “negatives.” Let’s take … Continue reading

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Is Self-Publishing For You? (Part 1), by Anthony D. Fredericks

Navigating     Nonfiction A monthly column by Anthony D. Fredericks For many writers, self-publishing is a path to publication that offers a great deal of control and the possibility of profits traditionally unavailable in the competitive world of commercial publishing. Authors … Continue reading

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A Cafe Chat with Illustrator Anni Matsick, by Lindsay Bandy

This gorgeous fall Friday we’re honored to host the wonderfully talented Anni Matsick, who will be one of our featured speakers at Fall Philly/PA Author Day! Anni has been a part of our annual February art and poetry show several … Continue reading

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Time to Doodle & Sketch : Adventures in Self Publishing, by Ashley Lucas

When I self published my first children’s book back in 2010, there was still a great amount of negativity surrounding the process. Luckily, four years later upon self publishing The Angry Artist, things have changed in a major way! Self … Continue reading

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