Podcast #140 – LeanPub.com (Part 1), Peter Armstrong & Scott Patten
Episode #140 is a discussion with Scott Patten and Peter Armstrong from LeanPub.com – they want to be THE website for publishing “in-progress books”. We'll be talking about lean publishing and how that's different than self publishing and about how leanpub.com works. In the upcoming part 2 of the podcast, we'll talk more about how they are applying the concepts of the Lean Startup methodology to their service and their business.
Conflict of interest disclosure: I have published a number of books through Leanpub. I'm a huge raving fan of their service and the way Scott and Peter have worked with me as I learned and used Leanpub.com.
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Great podcast. This approach is becoming more and more compelling to me. I like the idea that a lean pub author ends up being in a better position to negotiate books that they have demonstrated will have a market.