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"You can’t market a book that you’re not 100% proud of" — An Interview with ex-S&S editor Kiele Raymond

Kiele Raymond

As the Reedsy marketplace keeps growing and welcoming exceptional designers and editors, we wanted to interview one of our early “stars”, as her story is one that many East Coast editors can refer to. After five years honing her editorial skills at Simon & Schuster and contributing to multiple New York Times bestsellers, Kiele Raymond ... read more »


What Makes an Author Bundle Successful?

January 28, 2015 - Book Marketing - 1 Comment

Author Bundle Women Writing Women

It’s no secret that we at Reedsy like to explore the power of communities and what they bring to authors and publishing professionals (maybe because we’re building one ourselves!). I firmly believe that authors grow stronger when they unite and work together, a prospect that–like indie publishing itself–only gets easier with new and better technologies. ... read more »


Insecure Writers, Here's Your Support Group! — An Interview with Alex J. Cavanaugh

January 26, 2015 - Perfecting your Craft - 1 Comment

Reedsy Lighthouse

Author communities, groups, forums, alliances and collectives are developing and proliferating at enormous speed as writers seem to be both excited by the new publishing world and worried it’s gotten too big and competitive to navigate on their own. Some groups focus on the writing, and have their members critique and hone each other’s writing ... read more »


“I like things a little more visceral…” — An interview with designer Stewart Williams.

January 9, 2015 - Book Design - Leave your thoughts

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We are proud to feature designer Stewart Williams on Reedsy. Stewart’s arresting, beautiful and original designs have spanned a large range of titles from novels to cooking to poetry and a range of non-fiction. We got some great insights into Stewart’s creative process, his approach to different genres and authors, plus the opportunities of a ... read more »


Growing Stronger Together -- An interview with Author Collective Triskele Books

Author Collective Triskele Books

Looking at groups like the Alliance of Independent Authors really makes me pause for thought. 10 years ago, people might have said that being an author was a solitary profession. Now, it might very well be one of the most social ones, especially if you’re an ‘indie.’ And I believe this is what everyone loves about ... read more »


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