Once you’ve self-published your book, you might think your work is finished. Now you just sit back and let the sales roll in, right? Not quite. It’s time to kick your marketing efforts into high gear—no book sells itself! But buying paid advertising, mailings,...
In today’s publishing marketplace, writers (even authors with big publishing houses behind them) need to find smart ways to promote their books. But what if you’ve self-published and are on a tight budget? When you need to carefully pick and choose your promotions,...
Self-publishing is a bold option available to authors who want to take control of their own careers. Yet, Self-Publishing Relief offers this caveat—with the great freedom of self-publishing comes great responsibility. Without the editing, design, and sales support...
You’d like to self-publish your book, but you’re wondering: How much should an author expect to spend? A little bit of research will bring up answers that run the gamut, from writers who spent thousands (and thousands) of dollars to those who claim they spent only...
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