As a self-published author, you might find it necessary to revise books you’ve already self-published. Maybe you discovered typos and grammatical errors that slipped by you or your proofreader. Or perhaps negative reviews pointed out story flaws that need to be...
Get Your Book Into Top Shape Before Self-Publishing
Hooray! You've typed "The End" and your manuscript is finished. Now, you may think your book is already a thing of beauty and a work of perfection—after all, it's your baby! But before you start comparing self-publishing packages, take another critical look at your...
Stop Revising Your Book And Self-Publish!
You’re almost ready to self-publish your book. You’ve written, revised, and touched up the manuscript. But if you’re like most writers, it’s hard to know when to stop tinkering and move on to the next step. If you worry too much about getting it exactly right,...
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