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How to Save Money on Self-Publishing

The costs of self-publishing vary drastically from the total Do-It-Yourself Authors spending the least amount of money to those who use vanity press publishing options. You’ll hear ranges from $1000 to over $20,000. There is and can be a happy medium in what you spend on self-publishing your book. While you never want to sacrifice […]

Tips to Design Your Self-Published Book

As you finish your manuscript, it’s time to think about designing your book. Remember, just because you are self-publishing a book, doesn’t mean your book should look self-published. In fact, it’s just the opposite. The more professionally designed your book, the more credibility you’ll have with it. You are very near completion, and now is […]

How to Publish an E-Book on Amazon

Ready to publish your E-Book? E-books sales have continued to rise since they first came on the scene in 2011. Since then, people have begun to publish all sorts of material in e-book format, from the typical fiction to cookbooks, how-to books, guidebooks, and more. While most authors use e-books as a secondary option to […]

How Do I Start Writing a Book?

Getting started is often the hardest part of anything, whether you are looking to run a marathon or write a book. Writing a book doesn’t need to be hard, but you do need a commitment, some consistency, and a determination to reach the finish line. If you’ve been contemplating writing a book for some time […]

Top 5 Mistakes Self-Published Authors Make When Designing Their Own Book

It’s become easier to self-publish your book over the last few years, however, easier doesn’t mean that you should compromise on quality and book production. Just because you can turn out your book faster, create your own book cover online, and design your book in Word doesn’t mean you should! The more people who self-publish […]

Pretty in Print: Is it Ever Okay to Compromise on Quality?

Should you settle for my motto of “good is good enough” or is dotting your I’s and crossing your T’s the better long-term solution to see your book in print? Looming Deadlines and Timelines Lately, I’ve been working with a handful of authors who are in the very final stages of their book. They are […]