2015 Guide to Self-Publishing: The Most Comprehensive Guide

The 2015 consultant to Self-Publishing is the fundamental source for writers who're taking their publishing futures into their very own fingers, no matter if it's often called self-publishing or indie publishing.

In addition to enormous quantities of listings for freelance editors, designers, self-publishing businesses, and more--the Guide to Self-Publishing bargains articles on find out how to create standout covers, lease freelance designers, holiday in to the present industry, shield your paintings, advertise your paintings, and more.

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• Lists of meetings, agencies, and ebook gala's and festivals
• A pay-rate chart to assist negotiate reasonable phrases with any freelancers it's possible you'll use
• Interviews with winning indie authors, together with Hugh Howey, Bob Mayer, Delilah Marvelle, and more
+ comprises entry to a one-hour webinar, "How to layout E-books With Microsoft Word," indie writer Jason Matthews is helping writers grasp publication formatting. This webinar covers each one portion of your book's wishes, from the identify and desk of contents to putting photos and links. in exactly over an hour, you'll be capable to professionally layout your book and provides readers whatever they'll take pleasure in.

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