This is intended for a global audience.
Number of pages: 192
Learn what to do from a successful self-published author.
- Make your self-published book a success!
- Publish your own book and ensure thriving sales
- Control all aspects of your book, from design to price
Self-Publishing 101 explains the advantages and pitfalls of various options for getting your book into print and provides a step-by-step guide for writers who choose to self-publish. It addresses such topics as:
- finding your niche
- creating a realistic timeline
- working with editors, designers, and printers
- getting your book into stores
- landing special sales
- creating media buzz
Whether you are considering tradition publishing, vanity publishing, print-on-demand, E-publishing, or self-publishing, the fundamentals of preparing a manuscript for publication are the same. But getting the book into print is just the beginning: the true challenges for most self-published authors are in marketing and selling their books. Drawing on her personal success as a self-published author, Debbie Elicksen shows you how to avoid costly mistakes and maximize your profits as you produce and market a professional-looking book. Self-publishing used to be equated with defeat; in today’s book market it may well be your best option. Let this timely book show you how to succeed in a tough market.
|Publication Date||Sep 14, 2005|
|PDF Preview Download URL||http://www.self-counsel.com/docs/self_publishing_101.pdf|
|Size||8¼ x 9¾|