Increase ROI On Your Books | Part 1/2 Kindle Publishing #shorts




To Publish Or To Self Publish

Trade publishers are the industry gatekeeper for a very good reason. It insures that the author under contract will possess marketable skills. Authors who use rejection to their advantage, by refinement and honing of their skills, will be rewarded in the future with a traditional publishing contract and reap the rewards that trade publishers offer.

Knitting Patterns -The Best Ways to Publish Your Own Knitting Patterns

If you design knitting patterns or teach knitting techniques and would like to publish your work, read on to discover the different ways you can publish, the advantages and disadvantages of each option, and essential advice about copyrights and how to use them. Being a published designer or author is great for your credibility, will give you publicity and allow your work to be seen by a much wider audience. But before you rush in and write your book, you should first do some research and find out more about your market and whether your product or ideas will actually sell.

Preparing a Winning Book Proposal Using the Seven Secret Ingredients

If you want to prepare a winning book proposal that will knock the socks off an editor and make him beg to publish you, count on using these seven secret ingredients of preparing a winning book proposal. Here they are in order of appearance.

How to Get a Literary Agent For Your Novel – 3 Surefire Steps to Publishing Success

Let’s face it, every writer serious about publishing needs to find out how to get a literary agent. These book professionals, considered the “gatekeepers” of the publishing industry, can be critical to your success as a novelist. But how do you get one? Discover how here.

Top Writing Tips to Get Your First Novel Published

So you think you have a really cool idea for your first novel but don’t know where to begin with the writing? Firstly, here’s a question. Is your novel going to be a mainstream novel or a category novel? A category novel fits into in a category – romance, science fiction, historical, crime saga, suspense, etc. A mainstream novel has a unique style and theme. They are novels that cannot be put into any category. They are difficult to write, and even more difficult to sell. They are the type of novel we call literary – the type that wins the Booker prize.

How to Create Print Ready Documents and Images

Discover how to make documents, from business cards to books, ready to be sent to a printers. To ensure your file is “print ready” check that your artwork meets the following requirements.

Print Your Own Cookbook – The Top Reason For Doing It

There are many benefits when you print your own cookbook, however if I have to put one single benefit at the top of the list it has to be this one. When you print your own cookbook you own the publishing and distribution rights to your own book. To understand how significant this one single benefit is, you need to first understand how traditional publishers sell their books.

The Truth About Book Royalties

Find out how book royalties are really calculated. You may be surprised to learn that few authors actually make money from book sales through a traditional publishing agreement. Learn how you can author and publish your own book for profit.

POD Books and E-books – Has the Time Finally Arrived?

There has never been a better time for Print-On-Demand and e-books. The hole left by traditional publishing during the current financial downturn will be filled by these two methods of publishing.

7 Questions to Ask to Help You Find the Perfect Literary Agent

You have written a book and want to have it published by a “traditional publisher,” rather than a print on demand (POD) company or doing it yourself. The first thing you may hear from fellow authors is this: “Publishers don’t accept books or even book proposals directly from authors anymore. You need a literary agent.” There are many advantages to having an agent represent your interests in the contract and publishing phases. Here are seven questions to help you identify and choose the best possible agent for your book.

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