Everybody has a book inside them - but it doesn't do any good until you pry it out.q Well, best-selling author, Jodi Picoult, is partly correct in making that statement, however, the challenge is what to do with it after it is pried out. It won't do any good until it is published! Most first-time authors are rejected by publishers, so what do they do if their manuscript has been turned down? This book will provide them with a practical alternative i.e., self-publish it. How to prepare your manuscript and use the Internet to conduct research. Some of the computer software that can help in preparing your manuscript. Suggestions on ways to edit and proofread it. Learn about the cataloguing, copyright and legal stuff. Learn how to publish print books and eBooks and how to advertise, market and sell them online. Learn about the importance of metadata to help in the qdiscoverabilityq of your titles. Learn about the Digital Rights Management to protect your electronic content; the issues around pricing and offering free content. Take a look into the future; what the publishing industry will look like and the social consequences as the publishing industry continues to go digital. This book is written under a pseudonym by a publisher with many years of experience operating a small publishing company. It is packed with inside information that will help every aspiring author self-publish their own print books or eBooks.With Kindle Direct Publishing, you can publish in a number of different languages such as English, French, German, ... It may not be worthwhile, but Amazon does not care in its relentless effort to drive down the price of booksagreat for theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Self-Publishing for Beginners|
|Publisher||:||Productive Publications - 2015-06-04|