Publish Your Own Book
You have finished writing your memoir or are nearing its completion. Now you begin to think about publication. Going the route of finding an agent and waiting years for your book to be accepted does not appeal to you. You decide to publish your own book—a realistic option in this day and age.
To help you, let me offer you ten tips to make the process by which you publish your own book easier.
1) If you want to reach a larger audience than family and friends, your independently-published book must look like a “real book.” Today, a professional cover and binding will be required. It is possible to have a book designed that will look like it came from a big New York publishing house. Gone are the days when an independently-published book had “home made” all over it—that is, it is possible to pass for a New York publisher if you yourself are a designer with computer skills or if you engage the services of self-publish. Don’t skimp on the book design when you publish your own book. People do judge a book by its cover! [Free Membership required to read more. See below. ]
The Write Your First Memoir Draft Program is a self-paced, long-distance program designed to support your writing and maximize your production.
~ print and audio presentations,
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~ book and MP3 downloads,
~ 24/7 discussion forums, and
~ loads of surprise bonuses.
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