Your manuscript is complete. Now what?
Self-publishing is well within the reach of many authors however, the learning curve can be frustratingly steep.
Author Rae A. Stonehouse, veteran of a dozen of his own self-help, personal/professional development books and others for his clients, shares sage advice from his self-publishing career and from the pros.
There is nothing wrong with sending your manuscript to a traditional publishing company, but only self-publishing allows you to make all the choices — cover art, interior design, even story content — based on your vision, and your goals. Plus, you can have a finished copy in months, not years.
Book Two Self-Publishing for Fun and Profit in The Successful Self Publisher Series: How to Write, Publish and Market Your Book Yourself demonstrates the ins and outs of self-publishing and explores the following topics essential to publishing your manuscript:
— Self-Publishing vs Traditional Publishing
— Editing Your Manuscript
— File format
— Digital Rights Management
And much more…
Other books in the series…
Book One Writing & Publishing as a Business in The Successful Self Publisher Series: How to Write, Publish and Market Your Book Yourself, addresses writing books and self-publishing based on business best-practices.
Book Three Content Marketing Strategies That Work in the series focuses on how to market your book, yourself.