Self Publishing - How To Write, Print & Sell Your Own Book

Self Publishing - How To Write, Print & Sell Your Own Book

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by Lou Diamond
     
 

Discover How To Write, Print & Sell Your Own Book!
Have you always wanted to write your own book and get it published? If you have written a book or even if you have a yen to be a writer, you are probably already aware of the competition in the writing field. Most of those who submit unsolicited manuscripts to agents or publishing houses are rejected without the…  See more details below

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Discover How To Write, Print & Sell Your Own Book!
Have you always wanted to write your own book and get it published? If you have written a book or even if you have a yen to be a writer, you are probably already aware of the competition in the writing field. Most of those who submit unsolicited manuscripts to agents or publishing houses are rejected without the book even being read. This can be enough to turn any writer off the idea of writing their book. After all, if you go through the trouble of writing a book, you certainly want to see it published, right?

You have probably heard about vanity press, that publish your book and make you order hundreds of copies. This costs thousands of dollars and who has the money, these days, to put out that kind of money to get their book published? Especially since they seem to be limited to selling only to family and friends? Most people are aware of vanity press and want to avoid it because it costs so much money.

Perhaps you have an idea for a book but do not know how to put it together? This is common for someone who is considering writing either a fiction novel or a non-fiction book. Writing the book may seem easy for someone who has never before undertaken this endeavor, but it can be far from easy. The way the book reads upon completion is not the same way that it comes out of your head. A book starts with a creative spark - an idea, the title of a song, an image or even a dream that you had - and goes from there. It can be difficult to convey everything concisely in a 200 page book. You have to be concerned about consistency, character building and plot movement in the book.

But if you want to write a book, there is hope for you. If you have the desire to be a published author, the only thing that is stopping you from doing so is yourself. You can write a book and have it published without it costing you a fortune.

Hope for every writer!...

Every writer has a voice that they long to be heard. It is just a matter of getting that voice out to the public by way of the book. Unfortunately, the big publishing houses will very rarely take a book by an unknown author. Most of them do not accept unsoliticted manuscripts at all and most will only deal with literary agents.

Literary agents do not usually accept manuscripts from an unknown writer, either. They look for books from someone who has a proven track record and will make them money. Agents usually have a law degree and act as a lawyer on behalf of their clients. Like most lawyers, they do not like to work for free unless they feel that there is something in it for them.

But thanks to the internet as well as advances in computer technology that involve printing, any writer can get their book published in an affordable way. Forget vanity press - those days are over! You can get your book self published with an online company that offers new and experienced writers a chance to get their voices heard. This is a print to order procedure that does not cost the writer much money at all and will even get their book on Amazon. If you have always wanted to be a writer, now is the time to do so!

There are many books online, as well as tips that can help you write your own book. Chances are, if you are reading this, you have already started on your book or are at least contemplating writing it. This guide is for new writers and gives you the basic principles of how to write a book. In addition, it teaches you how to market your self published book, something that you have to do even if you have a book published by mainstream press.

This is the only book of its kind that tells you the truth and gives you the resources you need to get what you want.



Inspiration and Information!


1) Learn how to get started writing

Even if you have never written anything before in your life, if you have an idea for a book, you owe it to yourself to get it out there! This book will take you step by step through the process of writing book from start to finish, and how to complete it so that it is ready for the press! This book teaches a new writer everything that they need to know about how to writer a book that others will want to buy and read!

2) Learn what to do after your book is published

In addition to giving you resources on where you can self publish your book as well as different ways that you can do this, you need to then learn what to do once your book is published. Just sit around and wait for sales? Not a chance! You need to market your book just like anyone markets bestselling books, films and other new art forms. Your book is a work of art, but it will only be read if others know it exists. Fortunately, this book gives you ways that you can market your book without spending a lot of money or, in most cases, any money at all.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011864209
Publisher:
Lou Diamond
Publication date:
11/05/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
65 KB

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Self Publishing - How To Write, Print & Sell Your Own Book 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
MarilynD93 More than 1 year ago
This book gave me the courage to write my own ebook. I am currently still in the writing of it, but when it is does I will also be prepared to sell it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im 12 too! Im also working on a novel. Best of luck to you!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
With a nearly-completed novel in the works, I am in the market for one or more guides to self-publishing. I'm put off, however, by this one even before reading it. An author with any abilities whatsoever can see the problems here simply by reading the above "overview." Holy moly -- simplistic sentences, redundancies, over use of exclaimation points. Buy a book from an author who can write.
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Mommy_of_five More than 1 year ago
its quick and simple and down to the point. It helped me and gave me a few references to look into. I would encourage anyone to read this if your interested in self publishing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hi im twelve but im smart for my age im writing my own novel i only have a hundred dollers and i wish to publish my book im not enterested in erning money for it i just want it to be read its pack with knolage about life and i thing it would be good for people to read it.