Monday, December 29, 2008

Author Interview - Get Your Book Published

Playing with the Enemy author Gary Moore was recently interviewed by Marla Tabaka on You can read the interview here.

It contains some great advice for first time authors as they look for a publisher, prepare for their book’s release, and sell their final product. Gary Moore is a wonderful and hardworking author—consider the information and tips in this interview a gift!

Friday, December 19, 2008

I’ll be home for Christmas . . .

. . . but not only in my dreams. Gone next week and back on December 29.

To our authors and the other authors who read this, thank you for all your hard work promoting your books. To others out there who read and comment on my blog, thank you. I appreciate it. Merry Christmas to all.


Friday, December 12, 2008

Importance of a website for your book

I know we stress the importance of this over and over again, but every author should have a website for his or her book. Many of our Spring 2009 authors are hard at work getting theirs up and running before their books come out. Here is one such website, for our book The US Army’s First, Last, and Only All-Black Rangers: The 2nd Ranger Infantry Company (Airborne) in the Korea War, 1950-1951 by Edward L. Posey. Website designer Val Laolagi has created websites for many of our books, and knows what the important components are for a website specifically designed for a book. Check it out here.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Special Free Book Offer

For those of you who subscribe to our monthly newsletter Libri Novus, you already know about this free book offer. For those who don’t, I thought I would share it here as well. (By the way, check out the recent newsletters here and sign up by entering your email address in the small box on the right hand side of any page on our website.)


We have a free book offer for you--just in time for Christmas.

We recently found about 40 mint new copies of the following title:

Lost for the Cause: The Confederate Army in 1864, by Steve H. Newton
(Savas Publishing, 2000)
$29.95, 398 pages, photos, maps, tables, and Orders of Battle

Newton reevaluates Confederate strength from Gettysburg through the end of the war--and comes up with some very surprising and provocative conclusions. (And he is a great writer.)

While supplies last, order any hardcover book from our website and type in the coupon code "Newton" when placing your order.

If you (or anyone you slip your holiday wish list to) use that code, we will send a copy of this outstanding book to you FREE. And you do not pay a penny more in shipping. You can browse our online catalog here.

Happy shopping!