Although you may dream of having your book touted by one of the big publishing houses, you don’t have to leave your work in the hands of chance to get it published.
Thanks to the rise in self-publishing, the ability to get published is more of a possibility than ever before for many new writers.
From how to grow your audience to accessing copywriting services to staying dedicated, here are 4 time-tested advice to help you successfully get your book self-published.
Here are 4 ways you can make a great impression and sell more books at your first book signing.
Here’s how to write back cover that will hook new readers and sell your book.
Your book cover is the first thing potential readers see. It makes the first impression and gives readers a glimpse into the journey your book will take them on.
As a self-published author, your first writer’s conference is a chance to connect with other writers, impress literary agents, and build buzz about your own writing projects.
But without the right preparation and focus, you could miss out on career-changing opportunities.
If you’re a writer, you’re probably no stranger to Microsoft Word. But when it comes to self-publishing, you may not know how to format your Word document for book printing.
These five best author/writer websites are great inspiration for how you can make your own website attract readers, sell copies of your book, and make you money as a self-published author.
As a self-published writer, establishing a credible reputation is key to building your fan base. Book browsers don’t want to spend their money on just any title; they want to make sure you’re the author to tell the story they want to experience.
Every writer knows how important the role of an editor is to the success of their book.
However, if you’re a self-published author, you may not have the budget or resources to afford to hire an editor. This means you’ll need the tools to self-edit your book.
In early 2013 I approached Steuben Press on a book project I'd hope to get off the ground. I was referred to them by another business entirely, which I think is a credit to how Steuben Press is seen amongst their competitors. The project was a 120 page, full color art book that came out amazing. They under promised and over delivered a great book which I’m happy to report is already on its third printing. I have and would recommend Steuben Press to my friends and other self-publishers.
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