Book Distribution and Promotion: Why Not Every Author Agrees That Promotion Does the Trick
Book distribution and book promotion are often confused as the same thing. Although both are part of a book’s publishing journey, each serve as two different stops in the publishing adventure. In this article, let us further explore the roles distribution and promotion play and why they are like two entirely different peas in the same pod called publishing.We All Have A Book In Us
We all have a book in us, it just takes time management and discipline to get it all down. If we think of the modern day best-sellers that write and publish one book every year we know that it comes from planning. Often these best-selling books are finally seen on the shelves because of a finely tuned management system that made it happen.Things I Learned Publishing a Second Anthology
A few things I learned publishing a second anthology of other writers short fiction. It was a little more targeted than the “everything” I learned doing the first book.How Much Does It Cost to Publish an E-Book?
It costs nothing to self-publish an ebook. It costs from $50 to $150 to hire someone to publish for it for you. Whereas it could cost you a lifetime of regret to publish with New York. However, these facts mask the true cost of producing a book which is in the preparation, editing, book cover, and marketing.Self-Publishing Business 101: The Art and Science of Book Promotion – Capitalization
Book promotion operates like a small business does and, therefore, can be managed as such. In this series of articles, I will help you get started on the right foot in promoting your titles by applying the tried, tested, and proven effective ideas of small business start-up process.