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Three Primary Ways to Self-Publish your Book

| April 16, 2010

You’re not a best selling writer—in fact, maybe you’re a beginner with your first book manuscript and you want it published so bad you can taste it. Okay, here’s the real deal on publishing. If you have the talent and sheer determination, you might wish to try first getting published by traditional, commercial publishers. They’re [...]

How to Sell your Published Book!

| April 16, 2010

You thought that all the effort and hours you put into writing your book was half the battle. You may have a terrific book on your hands, but you were wrong. Writing the book was only the beginning. What most writers don’t take into account is that if the right people don’t hear about your [...]

Ten Huge Ways to Promote your Book on Amazon

| April 16, 2010

So you want to promote your new book. Would you believe I can help you take one giant leap in that direction with one simple word? That word is Amazon.com. Yep, it’s the internet behemoth that dwarfs most other such companies. And I’m going to offer you ten quick, fairly easy ways to promote your [...]

What is Self-Publishing all About?

| April 16, 2010

First, what is our definition of self-publishing? Technically, some consider self-publishing printing a book from scratch. In other words, the writer has to create/manage every detail: editing, cover design, interior layout/typesetting, assembly, printing, and distribution. It can be an overwhelming ton of work if you do it all yourself. But there are a number of [...]

Ten Signs of a Top Quality Self-Publisher

| April 16, 2010

Good Rep, Baby You’ve got to find a publisher with a decent reputation. Ask friends who have self-published. Go to writers’ forums and websites and quiz individuals on their publishing experiences. Then go to publisher websites and read the testimonials. But, remember, they will not print any of the critical author emails they’ve received. And, [...]