The number of books being published every year has exploded. It is only getting harder and harder to sell new titles.
But with the right tools, your dream of self-publishing a book is it is still within your reach. These 3 books in particular offer great resources to rise to the challenge.
If you’ve thought about self-publishing or have decided to self-publish and feel overwhelmed, Willcocks’ book is for you.
The Self-Publishing Blueprint by Daniel Willcocks is a must-have, fun resource full of golden nuggets of practical, actionable steps to not just birth your book into the world, but to also give it the best chance to succeed.
Do yourself a favor and add it to your cart!
So you’ve always wanted to write a book and self-publish it but didn’t know where to start?
Regardless of where you are at in your author journey, this 14-step guide will help fuel your secret ambition to become a bestselling author.
Mike Kowis leans into his experience as a veteran author, blue-collar tax attorney and business professional to share actionable steps that cover everything from your first idea to your first book sale. A very helpful and reliable guide.
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When you self-publish your book, you work on a tight budget. But what if you end up wasting money and time on things that could have been avoided in the first place?
Using 30 years of legal experience, Sedwick clearly outlines the legal issues every author needs to know and shares her expertise on everything from safely controlling your work to avoiding lawsuits and scams, and maximizing tax deductions.
A must-have on every self-publisher’s desk.
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Shafeeka Hafeez grew up escaping into a world of books where she discovered a love for writing and a fascination with trees. When she’s not taking up a new marketing skill, or typing out a blog post, you can find her Googling the best therapy for abandoned cats.