Originally posted by Suw Charman-Anderson on Forbes.
Suw is one of the Social Media Poineers in UK. She’s also a contributor on Firstpost.com, Computer Weekly, CIO Magazine, and The Guardian under the Social Media and Technology category.
As 2012 draws to a close, it’s time to ask you, dear reader, what your favourite self-published book of 2012 is. What have you read that set your toes on fire? What gripped you? Excited you? Had you reading under the covers by torchlight (or kindlelight?) until three in the morning on a school night? I want to know!
To take part in the ad hoc and very unscientific survey, please take a moment to fill in this short form.
A few groundrules before you do, though:
1. You’re only allowed to suggest one title.
2. That title must have been published this year.
3. If you are a self-published author, please be honourable and do not nominate your own books. Feel free to nominate someone else’s, though.
4. There are no prizes, and I won’t necessarily mention who got the most votes even if a clear forerunner emerges.
Right, all that out of the way: Have at it, gentle reader, and tell me which books you loved and why. And don’t forget to share this with your friends!
- Discovering and Marketing New Authors – Tate Publishing (selfpubadvocate.wordpress.com)
- My Top Ten Favourite Books of 2012 (trishadm.wordpress.com)
- Lulu: Free Book Publishing and Distribution (selfpubadvocate.wordpress.com)