Customer Satisfaction in Self-Publishing: How Much Is It Worth?
Self-publishing a book involves a lot of risks and, oftentimes, these risks outweigh the chances of reaping the rewards. With all things considered, is self-publishing your book a worthy investment? What are the possibilities of turning it into a profitable venture? Find out in this article.Getting Your Book Published – A How-To Guide
Want to publish your book but don’t know how? Have you done a search and been overwhelmed with “deals” and hard sell? It is surprisingly easy to make happen when you have the right information. Using a simple step-by-step process you can be available on Amazon in record time. Discover tips about editors, why you should consider ebooks and whether POD is right for you. Self publishing doesn’t have to be a nightmare.How to Self Publish a Book
How do you go about self publishing a book? I list some of my experiences so far, both good and bad.Finding the Best Publishing Solutions for Your Manuscript
At times, perfect manuscripts fail to become successful books because they were not given the publishing strategy they needed. Know the best way to get your manuscript published to make it a hit.Apparently Anyone Can Write a Book
There’s a book in all of use, apparently. But then you realise just how hard it can be to get that book “out there”…How to Get Your Book Published on Your Terms?
Give your manuscript the publishing solutions it needs. Get in touch with best self-publishing houses that can offer efficient and economical publication services.Elements of Self Publishing: Preparing Your Manuscript
Your book is written; what comes next? Here we’ll guide you through what is still needed before your book can come out on the shelf.Why Self-Publishing Authors Need a Manuscript Critique
How do self-publishing writers know if their book is worth the telling? A professional manuscript critique can provide valuable and incisive feedback on the quality of the writing.The Ten-Part Journey to a Completed Novel – Part Ten
The writing and editing is finished, and the never-ending marketing phase has begun. It’s time to critically assess the final copy editing and formatting issues associated with publication. Enjoy Part Ten of the unfolding drama of what one writer discovered along the way while writing book three in a series of novels.The Ten-Part Journey to a Completed Novel – Part Eight of Ten
Beginning to write a novel armed with nothing more than an idea and a blank page can be a daunting prospect. Some writers choose to arm themselves not only with a good idea, but with an outline as well. This particular author chucked the outline about 14 chapters into the writing to set the characters free. Now that the writing and editing are finished, it’s time to launch into the publishing and marketing phase that makes up about three-fourths of the effort involved in writing a novel. Enjoy Part Eight of the unfolding drama of what one writer discovered along the way while writing book three in a series of novels.