Part 7 of my Advice on Self-Publishing series of posts gets into the first wave of data I have on what you need to do if you want to print your book. I talk some about the espresso book machine, and feature input from several fellow authors on their experiences with CreateSpace.
As promised, I’m resurrecting my Advice on Self-Publishing series of posts. Here’s the long overdue Part 6, with a review of the various services I’ve been working with, as well as some mentions of other services available. Have you worked with any of them? Give me your recommendations!
It’s about high time I finished up my series of blog posts on Advice on Self-Publishing. This is your notice that I will be resuming those posts this week, and in case you missed ’em, I review the links to the previous posts.
This being part 5 of my ongoing series on self-publishing. Previous posts are: Part 1: Write the book | Part 2: Beta reading and editing | Part 3: Turning your manuscript into an ebook | Part 4: Cover art In this post, I’m going to talk about my experiences putting Faerie Blood up for sale, […]
This being part 4 of my ongoing series on self-publishing. Previous posts are: Part 1: Write the book | Part 2: Beta reading and editing | Part 3: Turning your manuscript into an ebook This post’s going to be all about cover art. And the long and short of it, in my experience, is that […]
This being part 3 of the series of posts I’m doing about how to self-publish. Part 1 is here and part 2 is here. Okay then. You’ve got a finished, beta-read, edited book, and you’re as sure as you’re going to get that the thing is ready to ship. Now it’s time for you to […]
Apologies for being a bit late in getting this posted, folks–I’ve been fighting a head cold this week, so I’m not entirely up to speed. Nevertheless, here you go, part 2 of my thoughts on self-publishing. Hope y’all find this helpful! This post focuses in particular on beta reading and editing, things that, in my […]
As I’ve described in this post over here, people have started asking me to give them advice on how to go about self-publishing their work. Now, I’m no Amanda Hocking, or J.A. Konrath, or any of the other names you hear about who’ve made big names for themselves in the self-pub arena. In the general […]
I’ve been having an uptick lately on people coming to me for advice on how to go about self-publishing your work. This is simultaneously flattering and kind of startling. Flattering, because, gosh, people seem to think I know what I’m doing. Startling, because wait, what, you people think I know what I’m doing? *^_^*;; When […]