Steve Scott

  • I Have Moved…

    I have moved to another site… While Steve Scott Site has been a great experience, I’ve decided to focus all my efforts on a new site called Authority.pub. This is a podcast and a growing blog that teaches the principles of the self-publishing business model. Hosted by myself, Barrie Davenport, and Ron Clendenin, the ASP show breaks down what it takes to success as an autho ...

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  • How to Build the Writing Habit (in 2016)

    0 How to Build the Writing Habit (in 2016) LISTEN TO THE AUTHORITY SELF-PUBLISHING PODCAST: iTunes | Stitcher | RSS Feed 0 Flares 0 Flares × Originally posted at Live Bold and Bloom by Barrie Davenport. Tomorrow is a new year. The start of 2016. A chance to do something different or build a new skill. Now, one of the more popular resolutions that people have is to “write a book.

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  • Self Publishing Roundup December 15th, 2015

    0 Self Publishing Roundup December 15th, 2015 LISTEN TO THE AUTHORITY SELF-PUBLISHING PODCAST: iTunes | Stitcher | RSS Feed 1 Flares 1 Flares × Welcome to the first of our bi-weekly roundup of the best self-publishing content published around the web. Here are seven blog posts you can use to improve both your writing and marketing efforts. Be sure to check out each of the following.

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  • The Self-Publishing Questions Show Has Launched!

    On January 1st, I officially launched the Self-Publishing Questions show. The premise behind this podcast is to answer the common questions people have about running a successful book based business. In each episode, I spend 5 to 15 minutes responding to a listener submitted question. Plus I include a number of tips and links within the episode’s show notes.

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  • 12 Thoughts on Kindle Unlimited

    It’s been over a month since Amazon launched their Kindle Unlimited (KU) program, which gives readers unlimited access to 600,000 titles and audiobooks for the price of $9.99 per month. During this time, there has been varied opinions on what this program means to both authors and readers. On one extreme, there are people with the “Chicken-Little-the-sky-is-falling” mindset ...

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  • Kindle Publishing Questions Answered (Part 4)

    Welcome to part four of the Kindle publishing series! A few months back, I asked readers to submit any questions they had about writing and selling books on Amazon. In this series, I'll go through each one and provide specific action items that you can take. Missed a previous post? Then check out these links: Part 1, part 2 and part 3.

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  • Kindle Publishing Questions Answered (Part 3)

    Once again, I'm answering another collection of Kindle publishing question that I've received from readers. If this is your first time here, then you'll want to check out part 1 and part 2 of this series. What started out as a long blog post has evolved into hundreds of excellent questions that I'll answer now and throughout the New Year.

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  • 8 More Answers to Your Kindle Publishing Questions

    Welcome to the follow-up of the series where I answer your Kindle publishing questions. I originally intended this to be a lengthy, single post, but now it's turned into something much, much bigger. This group of questions covers a few of my favorite topics: Researching book ideas, building relationships with readers and balancing everything with a blog.

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