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Book Title: The Self-Publishing Handbook|
The author of the book: Brad Pauquette
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Edition: Columbus Press
Date of issue: September 24th 2014
ISBN 13: 9781633370043
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 27.20 MB
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When it comes to self-publishing your book, there are some corners you can cut, and some you can't. The Self-Publishing Handbook is a compact guide to producing an excellent book. With these instructions you will eliminate the fluff and waste of traditional publishers but retain the time-tested processes that produce great books.
The traditional publishing industry universally agrees on five steps every published book must undergo to improve quality and profitability. As a self-publisher, you can replicate these five key steps to produce a top-quality book that will compete with its traditionally published counterparts.
This manual includes helpful tips for hiring professionals to assist with your book production, as well as insight and common sense rules for the do-it-yourself self-publisher. Armed with this information, you'll be in a position to distinguish worthwhile professional services from scams.
You can produce a fantastic book. If you follow these proven strategies, you'll save money, increase your profits, and no one will believe your book is self-published.
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Read information about the authorBrad Pauquette is a writer living in Columbus, Ohio.
He is the director and founder of Columbus Creative Cooperative, an Ohio writers’ resource (www.ColumbusCoop.org), and Columbus Press (www.ColumbusPressBooks.com), an independent publisher.
He is also the founder of The Water Cycle Project (www.TheWaterCycleProject.org), a zero-overhead non-profit organization that uses cycling trips to raise money to drill fresh water wells in remote villages in India.
He is currently rehabbing a home in an inner-city neighborhood of Columbus, where he lives with his wife, Melissa and their two sons.
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