This book is for all those authors who dread publishing their books whether it be in printed or electronic format or both. I have published well over a hundred books to all the major printers and distributors, so it came as a surprise when I recently became aware that some excellent writers are put off self-publishing themselves because they find the task too confusing and difficult and so they pay others to do it for them. I can understand this if an author wants to save time and so the purpose of this book is to help those who would like to do the job themselves, but donat know how. It is actually very satisfying to conceive the idea for a book, write it and then publish it yourself all on your own, and with the help of this book, that is exactly what you will be able to do. Inside you will learn how to publish to all the major distributors like Amazon, iBookstore, Barnes and Noble, Lulu, Nook, Kindle, Smashwords and XinXii.For the purpose of this article, we will assume that you are going to publish on Amazona#39;s Kindle and CreateSpace and on Lulu, ... Paperbacks are considered the norm for most people still, but there are different genres of books and some are deemed to be less expensive than others. It is expected by readers that the romantic paperback will be cheaper than a a#39;teach yourself mathsa#39; book, for example.
|Title||:||Authorship - Publishing Your Book On Your Own|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2013-09-17|