The Self Publishing Experience – A Guide to My First eBook and Print on Demand
This is my experience with self publishing my first book. It includes tips, tricks, and processes that may help you develop, write, and publish your own.Breaking Into Kindle Fiction
Self publishing on Kindle is extremely popular among many first time authors because the traditional publishing has a number of barriers to entry. There have been a number of writers who have made the move from self publishing to gaining contracts with traditional publishing companies, so the two needn’t be exclusive to each other.Why Self-Publishing Is One of the Easiest, Possibly Most Succesful, Home Businesses to Start in 2015
Do you like to write? Have you ever thought about publishing a book yourself? Does making money online selling your words intrigue ou? If you answered yes to any of these questions, indie publishing may be for you. And the best part is… it doesn’t have to cost you one dime to get started. Yep – you can start for free! Read on to find out why this is one of the most exciting, possibly lucrative, home-based businesses you can start this year.Self-Publishing Advice: How Much Can You Expect to Earn As a Self-Published Author?
Have you ever thought, “I have an idea for a book. I wonder how much I could earn if I wrote it and published it myself?” Well, here are four truths about making money as an independent publisher every aspiring author should know.Self-Publishing Advice: 3 Reasons You Don’t Have to Spend Any Money to Publish Your eBook
Have you ever read an article that said you had to spend thousands for an editor, hundreds for an eBook cover, and perhaps a couple of thousand more for formatting? Has it put you off or had you thinking, “Jeez, I could never afford to publish my book?” Well I’m here to tell you, you don’t have to spend any money to self-publish a book. I’ve self-published almost 100 books, many of them without spending one red cent. Following is how and why.