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Submissions, Book Publishers, and Painful Rejections

Four ways to cope with ‘the shock’ of rejection. My top tip for ensuring your work won’t be rejected by publishers? Don’t send it. Works a treat every time, and your dreams remain intact. Sadly, authors in their thousands never drum up the courage to pop their baby into the publishing chute, and I understand their caution. Rejection is never pleasant, especially when it comes without explanation or apparent reason. Many try to write and publish a book and most give up at the first sign of trouble. Persevere, but do it with professional support from a disinterested book editing service.

Do You Need An E-Book Editing Service?

If you are serious about your career as a self-published author, it’s imperative that you have your e-book looked at by a professional editor-even if you’re an excellent writer. Even the best writers make mistakes and are blind to what others will see as obvious errors.

Christian Publishing Companies – Discover the Top Four Topics To Have a Successful Book Launch

Christian publishing companies are seeing increasing demand for Christian books today. People are getting sick of everything happening in our culture, and they are looking for information from a Christian perspective. Hollywood and the media are dominated by people who do not stand for Christian values. Violence, foul language, and sexual perversion dominate movies, television, and video games.

How To Find The Best E-Book Editing Service

Giving your e-book to a total stranger to edit is scary! What if they make too many changes? What if they hate it? What if they don’t do a good job? This is your baby. You’ve put your heart and soul into your book. It’s perfect. You wouldn’t change a word. No way are you sending if off to someone you don’t even know to have them edit it! Are you crazy? No. We’re not. And we’re here to say you’re crazy if you don’t have someone edit your book.

How to Self Publish Your Children’s Book As an App for iPad

Aside from having a good story and a good iPad children’s book app developer, you’ll need some interactive elements in order to self publish and get your children’s book approved as an app. If not, you’ll be told to publish your book as an iBook. Besides, the iPad can do so much more for your children’s book than just plain text and pictures. With that in mind, there are some key elements that you’ll need to work on in order to give your iPad children’s book developer a clearer idea of how you want your iPad children’s book app to appear and function.

Kindle – eBook Publishing Made Easy for Writers of All Genres

Here’s how to get your books published on Kindle through Amazon Kindle to help you enter the exciting market of electronic books on Kindle readers. Now you can publish and sell your stories, how-to books, and poetry books on Kindle for free! It won’t cost you a penny upfront to have your books available to all Kindle users in a matter of hours.

The Story of How I Published My Book

Do you wonder how someone puts together an entire book? Do you sometimes think you have something to say that others would benefit from hearing? Here’s the story of how “101 Ways to Love Your Job” came to be:

Print Your Own Book – The Steps to Getting Your Book Published

Have you ever wanted to print your own book? If this describes your aspirations, you are not alone! Many people would love to be full-time authors.

Christian Publishing Company – Secrets to Getting Your Book Published

A Christian publishing company is the best way to publish a Christian book or Christian novel. Unless you are someone with name recognition, you will have a difficult time finding one of the main stream publishers to publish your book.

Do You Need An Editor or Just A Copyeditor For Your Self-Published E-Book?

In the world of publishing, there are two kinds of editors who review every book published-content editors and copyeditors. Self-published authors, however, often opt to forgo any editing, which can be a mistake. But do you need an editor and a copyeditor before putting your book out in front of the public? It depends, both on your budget, your commitment to your writing, and how well you write.

Ten Tips For Copyediting Your E-Book

First, I’d like to say I don’t recommend anyone-even seasoned writers-copyedit their own work. However, the ease of self-publishing through such platforms as Amazon.com’s Kindle has allowed anyone with any writing skills to get their work out in from of millions of potential readers-and not everyone has the money to spend on a professional editor. So, if you’re cash-strapped or don’t consider yourself a “serious” writer, there are still some things you absolutely must do before putting your book out there. Before you publish your book, polish it.

Ten Tips For Knowing If Your E-Book Is Ready To Be Published

So, you’ve written the great American novel. Your Mom thinks it’s the best thing since War and Peace. But how do you know if it really is ready to be published? You don’t have to go the traditional route by submitting it to a gazillion publishers who are just going to say, “While the premise is interesting and the writing is engaging, your submission doesn’t quite fit into our line.” Today, you can self-publish your book in a matter of minutes. But is your book really ready for readers? Here are some tips to get your e-book ready to be published:

One Thing You Must Do If You Want To Succeed With Your Self-Published E-Book

E-book authors are so anxious to get their books out there and start selling they forget one vital aspect of the traditional publishing that is truly a good thing-editing. Even the best self-published books suffer from a lack of editing and that’s something that can turn some readers off.

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