FACE THE BOOK takes you inside book shops, coffee shops, print shops, and libraries. We’ll look in on book clubs, book shelves, and anyplace else where people are writing, making, selling, or reading books.
At FACE THE BOOK, we dive boldly into the swirl of new media in this age of the Kindle, mega-bookstores, micro-blogging, cloud computing, and Amazon.
Best of all, FACE THE BOOK helps you discover exciting, new, independently published books – and maybe, publish your own!

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Face The Book TV #16: Amazon & Facebook Advertising

Face The Book TV #16: Amazon & Facebook Advertising

In a crowded online marketplace, one of the few ways you may be able to get eyeballs on your book or brand is through paid advertising. Award-winning nonfiction publisher Ian Lamont gives a brief overview of Amazon and Facebook advertising, and some high-level...
Face The Book TV #15: IPNE Publishing Conference Preview

Face The Book TV #15: IPNE Publishing Conference Preview

For nearly a decade, the Annual Conference of the Independent Publishers of New England (IPNE.org) has been the region’s leading indie publishing event for anyone who wants to take their authoring and publishing business to new heights. This fall’s event will be the...
Face The Book TV #12: Unraveling the Mystery of Publicity

Face The Book TV #12: Unraveling the Mystery of Publicity

If anyone knows the secret sauce for selling books, it’s Skye Wentworth of Newburyport, MA, where she’s now busy planning the first-ever online version of the Newburyport Literary Festival. Known for her instinctive ability to make the right connections...
Face The Book TV #9: “Here’s My Manuscript. Now What?”

Face The Book TV #9: “Here’s My Manuscript. Now What?”

Re-Launch Celebration – Face The Book TV returns! Scheduled panelist is Eddie Vincent, president of Independent Publishers of New England (https://ipne.org). Independent publishing is not for the faint of heart – although access to technology has...