10 Things I Wish I’d Known About Self Publishing

10 Things I Wish I’d Known About Self Publishing

Don’t be an unsuspecting novice when you enter the indie publishing world.

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Don’t be an unsuspecting novice when you enter the indie publishing world. I learned self-publishing the hard way, by trying things and making mistakes and fixing them. Learn from my blunders and avoid wasting time you could better spend releasing your title and moving on to your next creative work. This guide offers ten areas to consider so you can become a successful indie author. Three factors are key: offering quality words to your readers, maintaining control over your products, and finding and holding on to dedicated followers. I provide advice and descriptions of how I’ve tackled these challenges. Each topic could be a book by itself, and maybe someday, I’ll write those too. For now, this guide gives you an overview of what issues you might face. Once you have a grip on those, you’ll know where you want to next dig deeper and learn more. About the GOOSE YOUR MUSE Tips for Creatives Series: Building blocks for your best creative self! Being creative can be the ultimate joy – or a disappointing challenge. What if you could eliminate the painful parts, like running the business side or running out of ideas? This series is designed for creatives types in any field, with advice on keeping the fun in our daily creatives lives.

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Series: For Writers
Genre: Self Help Creativity
Publisher: Nanokas Press
Publication Year: 2017
ASIN: B076B7QX34
ISBN: 9781940738598
List Price: 7.99
eBook Price: 4.99
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