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Editing Books – What You Need to Know

After writing your masterpiece, you maybe wondering what to expect from the next important step…editing you literary work. So, what is the purpose of editing a book?

Vanity Publishers With a New Face

Vanity publishers constantly look for new ways to hide their true identity. Their latest disguise involves telling new authors they will pay all publishing costs. They only ask the author to purchase 2000 copies of his own book at 50% discount off retail. The numbers don’t add up in the author’s favor.

The Pros and Cons of Self-Publishing

If your goal is to be a published author, you need to understand the different publishing options available to you and the advantages and disadvantages of each. There are two principal classifications of publishing: non-subsidy and subsidy. Non-subsidy is the traditional form of publishing where a commercial publisher pays you to publish your book. In a subsidy relationship, you pay to have your manuscript published.

Why You Should Go For the Short Run Book Printing

With the recession still taking its toll, the publishers as well as the authors of books seem to be in a dilemma – how many copies of a new book should be printed. Well, the problem was not an indigenous product of recession anyway. In fact, it is one of the predicaments that the authors and publishers have always found themselves with.

Timeless Insights For Your Self-Publishing Career

Every self-published author will go through the roughs and bumps of publishing their book before reaching the pedestal of success. When working your head and heart out on your manuscript, not everything is beyond your control despite…

Is Self Publishing For Me? How Can I Know?

Have you thought about self publishing your book? This questionnaire will help you decide if it is right for you.

Self-Publisher and the Editor

In this new wave of self-publisher’s coming to the scene, the function of an editor’s duties will on the most part be absorbed by the self-publisher. This is not to say that the self-publisher will not have a component editor to give the final manuscript the once over before your book goes to a printer. Today we now have these e-books or print-on-demand or desk-top publishing that puts everyone out of a job! The era of the publisher, editor and printer are becoming less and less for our purposes.

The Four Stages of Editing Your Manuscript

You are finished writing your manuscript and you are ready to find a company to publish your book and get it into bookstores across the country by fall. Hold on there, cowboy! You forgot about the editing process.

Do You Really Need to Hire an Editor For Your Book?

Now that your masterpiece is finished, you are ready to get your book ready for the world to read. You wrote it with tender loving care and attention. Actually, if you are honest with yourself, you really don’t want anybody touching your baby.

10 Must Haves Self-Publishers Need to Create a Manuscript Publishers Want

Every writer faces the challenge of how to take their idea and convert it into a manuscript that their confident a publisher will want. That often becomes quite a challenge especially when the doubts and questions about how to do it slitter into your mind.

Book Cover Design Made Easy

Self-publishing authors need to package their book in a professional manner, and one of the most important parts of that job is designing a cover. Because your book cover will help you sell your book in book stores and online, it needs to look great. You could spend hundreds of dollars for an effective cover, but there’s a more affordable way. This article tells you how.

Space Age Marketing For Stone Age Writers (Insight Into the Book Publishing Industry Part 1)

Writers are like sheep in many ways. Because we play soccer with four feet, many of us often have wool pulled over our eyes and we occupy “LEFT-BACK” positions. Take for instance marketing. I believe every writer and potential writer needs to know as much as possible about marketing. In my experience as a radio host, artists are usually very casual about the business aspects of their work.

Monsters Vs Hobbits – Your First Encounter In Your Self Publishing Adventure

Now, before going deep into the details of marketing your book saga however, I believe we should consider something which popped up into our radar screen a few while ago. That is the internet. Actually internet is the “great equalizer” for writers like you and me. It puts you into a situation of publishing giants of today. Let’s see how it all happened.

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