2014 Guide to Self-Publishing

2014 Guide to Self-Publishing

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by Robert Lee Brewer
     
 

The 2014 Guide to Self-Publishing is the essential resource for indie publishers. In other words, this is the guide for writers who are taking their publishing futures into their own hands and self-publishing.

In addition to hundreds of listings for freelance editors, designers, self-publishing companies, and more, the Guide to Self-Publishing

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The 2014 Guide to Self-Publishing is the essential resource for indie publishers. In other words, this is the guide for writers who are taking their publishing futures into their own hands and self-publishing.

In addition to hundreds of listings for freelance editors, designers, self-publishing companies, and more, the Guide to Self-Publishing offers articles on how to produce engaging covers, handle sales tax, dissect the self-publishing contract, protect your work, promote your work, and more.

"The Guide to Self-Publishing is brilliant, timely, and the ultimate go-to index for the industry's huge surge of indie authors! Love, love, love having all the pieces of the Puzzle in one resource. Finally, the indie author can wave a Writer's Market of his own and find his way to publication. I predict GTSP to be the hottest how-to writing book of the year. Very highly recommended!" —C. Hope Clark, author of The Shy Writer and the Carolina Slade Mystery Series, and force behind FundsForWriters.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781599637273
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
10/31/2013
Pages:
368
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.00(d)

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2014 Guide to Self-Publishing 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
catburglar More than 1 year ago
The sections on producing great book covers, self-publishing contracts, recordkeeping for income tax, making the most of the money, and LLCs are well-written. This sort of thing would probably be useful after the story has been completely written and polished.