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My Choice of Book Publishers



A self-publisher's resource blog



Last Build Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 11:05:14 +0000

 



How To Find A Publisher For Your Bookpubwritersearching

Wed, 17 Feb 2010 11:05:14 +0000

By Victor Epand (Streetdirectory.com) How to search for the right publisher for your book? First, determine the category your book falls in. There are different markets for different categories of books and there are different publishers that cater to each market. Established publishers concentrate on their field of specialization, be it educational, children’s books, cookery, […](image)


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What is Print on Demand?pubwriterbooks_070815_2839

Thu, 11 Feb 2010 06:44:43 +0000

Article source: wiseGEEK.com Print on Demand. You may have heard this phrase, especially if you’re a writer or in the publishing industry. What is it and how does it benefit the author? Read on for more information about print on demand publishing. Print on demand, or POD, is exactly what it sounds like. Being able […](image)


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How to Read a Book without Falling Asleeppubwriterreader_sleeping

Tue, 09 Feb 2010 07:25:54 +0000

By ilivetoteach (eHow.com) When I was younger, I would get into bed with a good book and read for five hours straight. It was better than sex. However, now that I’m no longer a spring chicken, I fall asleep on my book in five minutes or less. This is a terrible disappointment to an avid reader. […](image)


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How to Self-Publish a Bookpubwriterbook2

Fri, 05 Feb 2010 06:37:56 +0000

Article source: eHow.com Self-publishing can be a smart choice for writers. It’s cost-effective, relatively fast, pays much better than standard royalty contracts, and lets you maintain control over the publishing process. But there are drawbacks to consider. Step 1 Decide what your goal is. Some writers want to print out just enough copies of their […](image)


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Ten Great Ways to Promote your Bookpubwritermanonmegaphone

Tue, 02 Feb 2010 14:39:04 +0000

By Paul Sloane (Lifehack.org) So you have written a book and had it published. Congratulations. Now you face the challenge of what to do next. Many authors think that marketing is a job for the publisher so they sit back and wait for the royalties to roll in. You might have a very long wait. The […](image)


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Cant Find A Publisher, Theres A Solution!pubwriter50139-42med

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 07:27:57 +0000

By Ayrhaven (Streetdirectory.com) An issue that most budding authors will face is that of finding a publisher to publish their book. So what is the way to go if you can’t find a publisher? The answer to this question is simple, “If you can’t find a publisher, self-publish.” In fact, there are stories of authors […](image)


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The Top Options For Book Publishingpubwriterphotobinding6large

Wed, 27 Jan 2010 08:09:29 +0000

By John Harricharan (EzineArticles) “John, what is the best way to get my book published?” After years of experience in the publishing industry, this is a question that I am often asked by new authors. At one time, many believed that there was only one viable option for publishing your book, and that was to approach […](image)


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Tips on Writing a Book NowpubwriterSpiralNoteBookWritingPenREV

Fri, 22 Jan 2010 13:42:54 +0000

By Steve Manning (ICSE Guess) Here’s a string of tips on writing a book. They’re brief, succinct and very useful. These tips on writing a book have been designed to get you up and writing your book as quickly as possible. They’ll help you start writing, continue writing and finish writing your book. Your manuscript […](image)


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Self Publishing A Book Is Inexpensive and Simplepubwriterinexpensive

Tue, 29 Dec 2009 07:33:30 +0000

By Bob Burnham (Article Inspector) Self publishing a book has to be one of the most satisfying things you can do in your life. You will increase your value to society by offering information to people who seek it. You will have opportunities be offered to you without even looking – we are talking amazing and […](image)


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