At first glance, book printing and book publishing can seem pretty similar. But there a few important differences for self-published authors to understand.
Book printers print and and bind your book, while book publishers are focused on owning the intellectual property of your book itself.
With the increasing capabilities of the Internet, self-publishing becomes more possible for aspiring writers every year.
Self-publishing your book is a powerful way to get your story out into the world as an aspiring author.
Self-publishing your book has more than a handful of advantages over traditional publishing.
As a self-published author, getting your work into the hands of a big publisher can mean a lot for your baby (er, for your book).
If you’ve recently completed your first manuscript, congratulations! All those late nights, endless cups of coffee and countless revisions have finally paid off.
From jotting down all your ideas to researching to networking, there are things you can do today to help keep your creative juices flowing and your project moving forward.
Here are 3 insights from successful writers about maintaining your inspiration as a self-published writer.
As a self-published author, you’ve got multiple hats to wear: author, literary agent, publisher, marketing manager, and sometimes even cover designer.
And one of the most important roles you’ll play in your book’s financial success? Social media strategist.
What are those numbers on the back of every book, and why are they so important?
Your author website is your main platform for finding new readers and communicating with existing fans. Here are the 5 things your writer’s website must have to help you sell more books.
I set the price, I collect the checks, and Steuben Press does all of the work. It’s a relief to know I never again have to print, package, and ship a book myself. The convenience is outweighed only by their professionalism.
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