The Step-by-Step Guide to Self-Publishing for Profit!: Start your Own Home-Based Publishing Company and Publish your Non-Fiction Book with CreateSpace

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"A fine book for self-publishers set to take advantage of today's best entry to self- publishing." Aaron Shepard, author of Aiming at Amazon.

This book cuts through all the hype that surrounds the publishing industry. Learn how to register your own publishing imprint and reap the benefits of passive income that successful writing provides. This book shows you, step-by-step, how to set up your own publishing company and self-publish your own nonfiction book WITHOUT the expense of inventory or pricey "writing ...

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Overview

"A fine book for self-publishers set to take advantage of today's best entry to self- publishing." Aaron Shepard, author of Aiming at Amazon.

This book cuts through all the hype that surrounds the publishing industry. Learn how to register your own publishing imprint and reap the benefits of passive income that successful writing provides. This book shows you, step-by-step, how to set up your own publishing company and self-publish your own nonfiction book WITHOUT the expense of inventory or pricey "writing services" that bogus vanity publishers sell to authors. Using CreateSpace, an Amazon affiliate company, you can self-publish with very few costs up front. Stop dreaming and start living; get your book published and distributed the easy way, and keep ALL the profits for yourself!

See the official website for this book and learn more about the authors at: www.stepbystepselfpublishing.net

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982266007
  • Publisher: Pineapple Guides
  • Publication date: 1/1/2009
  • Pages: 180
  • Sales rank: 1,207,450
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.38 (d)

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  • Posted October 26, 2009

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    Self-Publishing Your Book

    Do you have a book inside you that wants to get out? Have you thought about finding and agent to get your book published? Think about self-publishing instead, especially if you are a new writer. We cannot all have name recognition. The Step-By-Step Guide to Self-Publishing for Profit leads us through the process. Self-publishing is less expensive than finding an agent and then hope for the best. Working through an agent can be a long and expensive road to travel for publication with no guarantee.

    The authors of this book have done the homework for you, all you need to do is write the book, and follow the steps to publication. With self-publishing, you will have to do the marketing, selling, and promotion of your book. The Step-By-Step Guide to Self-Publishing for Profit has information and resources to help you with that also.

    You will also find some information about creating your own publishing company and selling your book(s) on Amazon using CreateSpace, a Print-On-Demand (POD) subsidiary of Amazon. The authors also mention other POD publishers, along with the Pros and Cons of self-publishing. If you want to see your book in print, this guide will show you how to make it happen.

    Why create a publishing company? This way you keep all rights to your book; and to keep more of the money your book makes in sales. This is because you own the International Standard Book Number (ISBN).
    This book is easy to read and understand. This book receives a four star recommendation from this reviewer.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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