Creative Self Publishing in the World Marketplace

In the Self-Publishing Manual, Dan Poynter suggests submission of the ABI form six months prior to the book's official publication date. But he indicates self-publishers may be better off waiting until a book goes to the printer because ...

Author: Marshall Chamberlain

Publisher: The Grace Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780974098203

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 303

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by Marshall Chamberlain, author of the Ancestor Series of Sci-Tech-Mystery-Thrillers. "An indispensable companion to the Self-Publishing Manual."-Dan Poynter. This book explains the tools and options for effectively designing, manufacturing, distributing, and promoting any book. It reveals important resources to keep informed and find vital information; teaches how to easily create a supportive, author/self-publishing website; delineates methods for designing and implementing dynamic promotion plans; and outlines the knowledge, skills, and creative thinking necessary to take control of key publishing functions, eliminate financial risks, conserve resources, and set parameters for a purposeful writing lifestyle. http: //

Seven Easy Steps to Self Publishing

SAN (an American national standard which means Standard Address Number) is another identifier on a book that is useful for self-publishers (in North America) as it identifies your publishing address and is great to use on all your ...

Author: Terence Tam

Publisher: 7 Easy Steps to Self Publish

ISBN: 9781921300110

Category: Publishers and publishing

Page: 75

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Self Publishing

A guide to publishing your book from first draft to release day Emma Rosen. Why. Self-Publish? Atdealone. time, my fantasy of 'becoming' a writer was signing a book in the swanky London office of a prestigious publisher.

Author: Emma Rosen

Publisher: Sartain Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781999629298

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines


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You’ve written a book...what next? Publishing your own book can be a daunting process. At each complex stage, you need to make creative and business decisions to make the most out of your work. Self-Publishing takes you through each part of the process, including editing, design, formatting, publishing options and marketing. With clear explanations and practical tips, this book makes publishing your book easier and more enjoyable. Whether you’re new to self-publishing or an established indie author looking for new ways to promote your work, there is something in this book for you.

Successful Self Publishing

How to self-publish and market your book in ebook, print and audiobook format Joanna Penn ... I know self-publishing can seem daunting at first, but like any skill, once you've been through the process, it gets easier over time.

Author: Joanna Penn

Publisher: Curl Up Press via PublishDrive

ISBN: PKEY:6610000094684

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 118

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Do you want to successfully self-publish in ebook, print or audiobook formats? There are thousands of new books being published every day, but many self-published books quickly sink to the bottom of the pile. Many authors are frustrated because there are so many options for self-publishing, and they don't know which one to choose or what will be best for their book. Others spend thousands of dollars to publish and end up broken-hearted with the result. But it doesn't have to be this way. I've spent the last ten years self-publishing bestselling fiction and non-fiction books and in 2011, I left my day job to become a full-time author-entrepreneur. I've made lots of mistakes along the way, but through the process of self-publishing 27 books, I've learned the most effective way to publish and market your books. In this book, I'll share everything with you. The book includes: - What you need to know before you self-publish - Why self-publishing an ebook is a good idea - How to format an ebook - Exclusivity and going direct - How to self-publish an ebook - Why self-publish a print book - Print-on-demand will change your life - What you need to know before you print - How to self-publish a print book - What to do if you want help with the publishing process - How to self-publish an audiobook - After self-publishing - How much does it cost to self-publish? - How do you get paid when you self-publish? - Book marketing principles - How to market fiction - How to market non-fiction Plus, links to more useful resources. If you're ready to successfully self-publish, then download a sample or buy now.


As now you can publish your book yourself through the selfpublishing process and you can create your own print books, ebooks, audiobooks and more in this new exciting era of selfpublishing. As a result of despite self-publishing ...

Author: Connor Whiteley

Publisher: CGD Publishing


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines


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Do you want to publish your book? Do you want to free from traditional publishers and looking to self-publishing? Do you just want to get your book out into the world? If the answer is yes to any of those questions, then this is the book for you. As in this book you’ll learn about all the different self-publishing options as well as the amazing tools and opportunities that are available to us as self-published authors. By the end of this book, you’ll know all the major options that are available to use as a self-published author and you’ll know of the tools you’ll need to be able to successfully self-publish. If you like this book, then please check out Human Branding for Authors: How to be Human in an AI World? This book is perfect for anyone interested in self-publishing. BOOK CONTAINS LINK TO FREE GIFT! Content: Introduction Part One: Considerations and Essentials Before You Self-Publish Before you Publish Bookstores aren’t Bookstores Keywords Titles Book Covers Book Descriptions Pen Names What to Write: Standalones, Series or Serial Pricing Part Two: Publishing Your Book Exclusivity vs Wide Publishing How to Publish on Amazon How to Publish an Ebook How to Publish a Print Book How to Publish an Audiobook Part Three: Marketing Overview Author Website and Mailing List A Quick Marketing Overview: Content Marketing, Ads and more And much, much more…

Writers Artists Guide to Self Publishing

Self-publishing was a revolution! Was I out or was I in? I decided I was in. Although I made rookie mistakes, reviews were positive. The next time, I did better. I grew my team of volunteer beta readers and paid professionals.

Author: Bloomsbury Publishing

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472970282

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 256

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Self-publishing is a growing area and writers need independent and reliable advice they can trust. This guide is full of practical, nuts-and-bolts information on each aspect of the DIY-publishing process, from editing and page layout, cover design and book production, publicity and selling. Each chapter is written by publishing professionals expert in supporting authors and is full of insights from successful self-published authors themselves. This guide is essential reading for any indie author who wants to go it totally alone, who wants to work with other independent professionals or who might choose to pay for self-publishing provider services. It gives the pros and cons and potential financial outlay for the various options available so writers can make informed decisions about the best approach for their own book.

Archangel Ink Self Publishing Report

by a traditional publishing house and learned a bit about the process. You have to find an agent, write a book proposal or query letter, mail printouts of your manuscript (or excerpts of it) to the publishing house (typically via snail ...

Author: Rob Archangel

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781365994272

Category: Business & Economics


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From Pending to Published Want to publish a book? If the idea of becoming an author is at the top of your bucket list, this is the good news you've been waiting for: it's not nearly as difficult as it used to be to create a book and get it published. Yet when you're still in the dream phase, your book-to-be is basically in perpetual pending status. The rise of digital publishing makes it easy for anyone to get started. Yet with so many resources out there, there’s still a problem: it's difficult to know where to dive in, where to be cautious, and where to ultimately place your energy in order to actualize your goal. Getting guidance from the beginning leads to an advantage in the marketplace, as you get to avoid the pitfalls that plague most newcomers to self-publishing. Pick up a copy of the Archangel Ink Self-Publishing Report and discover the best practices of a profitable and life-changing industry.

Self Publishing Process and Tools

authors go deep into debt to a publishing company to market their book. They write the story; the company edits and formats the book, designs the cover, sets the per book price, supplies the ISBN number and sets up readings and ...

Author: Robert Hands


ISBN: 9780984879557

Category: Self-publishing

Page: 141

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A Little Book of Self Publishing Tips

You can generate sales for years You can turn your book into a series You can bulk sell to the corporate market Your book/s can generate passive income Self-publishing allows you to think laterally You are in control There is no ...

Author: Euphrosene Labon

Publisher: Euphrosene Labon Art And Books

ISBN: 9781905402151

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines


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A Little Book of Self-Publishing Tips Another jam-packed book of tips and tools in the Little Book series. Everything you need to know to get your writing in print — and be your own publisher! ISBN 0-9545249-4-2 Price £7.99