For the most part, unless you’re already famous, the traditional publishing houses aren’t interested in poetry collections. As a result, many poets who want to get their collections out into the world are choosing to self-publish. But where do you begin?...
Should You Offer A Print Version Of Your Self-Published Book?
Choosing to self-publish your novel means you’ll have total control over the end result, so you'll have a lot of important decisions to make—from formatting to font to cover design elements. And you’ll also be making all of the marketing and sales decisions for your...
Before You Self-Publish: Properly Format Your Book!
Proper formatting—especially for a book you plan to self-publish—is vital. How well your book is formatted will affect the way it looks to potential readers and if it looks sloppy, they probably won't buy it. Here's an overview of the tricky ins and outs of expertly...
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