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10 Pesky Self-Publishing Chores You Can Safely Outsource To Other People | Self-Publishing Relief

10 Pesky Self-Publishing Chores You Can Safely Outsource To Other People | Self-Publishing Relief

For many authors who self-publish their books, having complete control over every step of the design, packaging, pricing, and marketing of their books is a rewarding advantage of this “do it yourself” process. Yet the pressure to do every self-publishing chore—and do it right—can also be exhausting. At Self-Publishing Relief, we know the best way… Continue Reading

5 Questions To Ask A Self-Publishing Company That Could Save Time, Money, And Heartache | Self-Publishing Relief

5 Questions To Ask A Self-Publishing Company That Could Save Time, Money, And Heartache | Self-Publishing Relief

So you’ve finally completed your book and are ready to take the next step: self-publishing! While self-publishing is a very viable strategy to get your work into the hands of potential readers, it can be tricky to navigate. Many writers, despite their literary savoir-faire, can become lost when dealing with the technical and business sides… Continue Reading

Self-Publishing: Why You Shouldn’t Go It Alone

Self-Publishing: Why You Shouldn’t Go It Alone

You’ve decided to take full control of your writing career by self-publishing your book. Congratulations! But along with full control comes full responsibility—and self-publishing your book is a big job. In addition to actually writing the manuscript, you’ll also be involved with content editing, proofreading, graphic and cover design, electronic file formatting, distribution management, marketing, and… Continue Reading

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