Once you’ve assembled the poems or short prose you want to have in your self-published collection, the next step is to review the acknowledgments info you should also include. Any works in your collection that have been previously published in literary journals should...
Wattpad: What Self-Published Authors Need To Know | Self-Publishing Relief
Launched in 2006, Wattpad is a free online publishing platform with over 70 million writers and readers. Authors of every possible genre have been flocking to Wattpad to discover, cultivate, and build a community of their own unique readers by instantly publishing...
5 Signs You’re Ready To Self-Publish A Short Story Collection | Self-Publishing Relief
The decision to self-publish a short story collection is not an easy one to make. Are you really prepared? Is it worth your time and effort? Is it the right choice for your career? At Self-Publishing Relief, our experts know there are certain signs to watch for that...
How Excerpts In Literary Journals Can Boost Your Self-Published Book Sales | Self-Publishing Relief
One powerful way to boost your self-publishing marketing efforts is to submit an excerpt from your book to literary journals. Getting your shorter works published in literary magazines will help promote your book to a wider audience and build your fan base....
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