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Finding and Contracting an Illustrator for a Children’s Book

Do you need an illustrator for your book? Learn how to find an artist who can produce the pictures you need. This article includes specific factors you will want to consider and include in the contract between you and the illustrator.

How to Estimate Your Publishing Costs

Estimating the costs for publishing a book depends on breaking down and identifying the parts of the process where you will or could incur costs. Usually because you have to employ the services of a third party to provide you with a specialist service.

Production Capabilities for High Volume Magazine Printing, Choosing the Right Company

Low cost solutions, industry leading technology, and highly trained press operators are what clients look for when choosing the right magazine printing company for their high volume jobs. Before choosing your magazine printing company, there are certain qualifications that your printer needs to meet in order to have your publication reach more readers while cutting back on production costs.

Kindle Secrets – How to Make Money With Kindle

If you dream of becoming a published author, you don’t have to wait to be “discovered.” E-Readers and the Kindle are changing the very nature of the publishing business. Anyone can publish on Kindle, if you follow the rules and remember to keep quality uppermost in your mind.

Copy Editing – Fifteen Tips For Editing Your Own Work

You may have just finished writing the manuscript of an exciting spy-thriller, but you know you’re not really done yet! It is now time to get the text polished, so that your writing sounds fabulous to the reader. This polishing of text into a finished readable product is known as copy editing. Today, many authors wish to do the copy editing of their own manuscripts themselves. If you wish to copy edit your own manuscript yourself, here are some tips to help you out:

Examples of Great Customer Testimonial Statements

Great Customer Testimonials Must Contain The Following: 1. It should explain to your buying audience about how they will benefit from reading your book. 2. It should speak directly and specifically to your audience’s need (the reason that they are buying your book). 3. They are short and get directly to the point in just a few sentences. 4. They are signed with a customer’s name, title, employer, city, and state. 5. The ultimate testimonial will also have a photograph attached to it.

Self Publishing A Book – Don’t Do It

Self-publishing – just don’t do it. The internet is awash with self-publishing companies. Printers with idle presses, and entrepreneurs peddling false dreams…

Publishers – A Rant

Do you ever feel more than rejected by a rejection letter? I do, and I feel it doesn’t have to be that way. With a few small changes, a compromise could be reached.

Publish an E-Book on Amazon – The Rise of The Author

Amazon’s Kindle has leveled the playing field for all authors. No one but you will stand between you and your dream of being a published author. Maybe it’s time to take that old novel out of the drawer where you’ve kept it hiding, dust it off, clean it up and submit it for publishing on Amazon. Only you can stand in the way of your dreams in this day and age.

Tips for First-Time Christian Authors

Being a writer is in my blood. My dad is a writer and has authored several books. I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in English and I have a pretty good background in writing. I have designed several training program manuals and other corporate communication materials. However, my gift in writing reached its full potential after I got reborn. I just could not stop writing about my experiences as a changed person as well as revelations I was receiving from God.

Indie Author’s World of 3’s

Are you thinking of becoming a self-published indie author? There are three rules you need to follow as an indie author and three deadly sins to avoid. Good luck in publishing a book you can be proud of.

What to Do When Your Book Is Rejected

Before Kathryn Stockett’s novel, The Help, became a national bestseller and the basis of an award-winning movie, the author received nearly sixty rejections. John Grisham’s first novel, A Time to Kill, was rejected by at least thirty houses before it was published. Name any favorite author – JK Rowling, Stephen King, and even Beatrix Potter – and you will discover that each has received his share of wallpaper…and not necessarily dollar bills. Rejection is as much a part of the publishing process as is the acceptance, and a writer looking for a publisher you should know what to do when you receive that “thanks but no thanks” letter.

How to Write a Book and Get It Published

There are many ways of writing your book but there are couple of important things that you need to know before putting pen to paper. Whether you are a fiction or nonfiction writer, whether you are writing a book for personal use for friends and family or a book for sale I’m going to help you get started today.

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