At Self-Publishing Relief, we know it’s a crowded book-buying world—and it’s getting more competitive every day. In 2018, over one million self-published books landed on the virtual shelves! With so many options for readers, self-published authors only have a few...
6 Self-Publishing Mistakes Authors Must Avoid | Self-Publishing Relief
Self-publishing a book can be just as challenging as writing one. You have countless decisions to make about the book cover, back-cover blurb, book formats, metadata, and promotion. Choosing to self-publish your book means that you have to sink or swim as a one-person...
10 Deadly Sins Of Marketing For Self-Published Writers
An aggressive marketing campaign can rocket your self-published book into best-sellerdom. But if your marketing campaign is too aggressive, your sales will crash and burn instead. Here's how to know if your promotional efforts are dynamic or dead wrong. 10 Things You...
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