Publish Your Own Books To Build A Lucrative Business And Establish Yourself As An Expert
Have you written a book? Read on to learn more about why publishing your writing is a savvy business strategy.Three Steps To Overcoming Writer’s Block
Got writer’s block? As folks in rural Texas say, we’re a’gin it. Okay, so that’s somewhat flip. But the truth is that here, we don’t allow it. Don’t believe in it. Don’t succumb. It’s one of the few things that will get you whipped into shape from this office.My Experience Self-Publishing With CreateSpace
Choosing self-publishing over traditional publishing is a big decision, and finding the right publisher to help you through the process is just the beginning. Here is my experience with Amazon-owned CreateSpace.Why a Self-Publishing Author Needs an Editor
An editor can help make a book stronger, tighter and better, but many thinks an editor’s job is to tear the manuscript to pieces. To understand why the self-publishing author needs to have his book edited, let´s have a look at what the editor does.How to Become a Successful Self-Published Author
With more and more authors reporting huge sales by self-publishing, it is not surprising an unpublished writer should choose to take the same route. So how does one become one of those self-published authors?Working Through Writers’ Block
Having trouble making the home stretch? Is your deadline looming ahead like a dark cloud of stress and misery? Has your brain simply stalled? You need to stop and take a step back. Working through writers’ block is something that every writer has to do at some point. It isn’t the end of the world; it’s just a speed bump.Out With the Old, Updating Mental Software
One of my favorite verses in the Bible is: Romans 12:2 Be transformed by the renewing of your mind… If you have thoughts or ideas in your mind about how Book Publishing works, make sure they are based on how the system actually works in this day and time. Self-Publishing will take a commitment of your time and energy, and it will require some hard work. Self-publishing gives the author more control of where and how their materials are used, and the profitability is much greater.Pros and Cons of Book Printing Online
One of the reasons self-publishing online is so much more affordable is that book printing costs aren’t really a factor up front. In the past, a self-published author would have to already have enough money to buy copies of his book from a book printing company. These companies usually have a minimum order, so the author would have to order hundreds, or even thousands, of copies of his book. And if he didn’t manage to sell those books, that was money lost. Now, thanks to print on demand, a book is only printed when it’s already been bought. This means a writer doesn’t have to invest as much money upfront in order to start selling his book. And while selling only a handful of copies might be disappointing, it won’t be a great monetary loss.So You’re Thinking About Self-Publishing?
Learn the basics of setting up a successful self-publishing business with these quick and easy tips. A professional-looking book can help you gain recognition and exposure–and attract the types of people that may be interested in representing you. You want to make sure that you start off on the right foot when beginning your publishing journey.Ink or Pixels
E-books are here to stay. One out of four Americans over eighteen owns an e-book reader. Paper books still make up seventy-five percent of total books sold, but e-readers are gaining in popularity. That is good for authors.