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How to Get Your Book Published Online...

How to Get Your Book Published Online for Free
by Carol Wilson For some writers, putting a good plot, great dialogue and strong character development to paper is the easy part—the huge battle is actually getting their book published. If you have recently finished your book but are struggling finding a publisher to get your work out in the public, you may still be able to your book in the [...]

Do I Really Need a Separate ISBN for ...

Do I Really Need a Separate ISBN for my eBook?
by Ron Pramschufer I can recommend  Ron Pramschufer’s approach to self publishing. He also has a great newsletter you must check out! This is probably one of the most asked; least understood questions out there in the self-publishing world today. Technically you not only need an ISBN but you need a different ISBN for each format your ebook is [...]

What’s Your Rush? A Lesson in B...

What’s Your Rush? A Lesson in Book Event Planning
I know Phil’s work as a book coach. He’s creative and tells a good story. You’ll love this one! Welcome to the Coach’s Corner! A man accompanies his pregnant wife to her doctor’s visit. She’s four months along and everything’s been going very well. The doctor announces a due date: March 21. “Aw, shucks,” says dad. “We were hoping for a Valen [...]

Writing Your Book - 5 Tips to G...

Writing Your Book – 5 Tips to Get Started
Knowing your book’s big picture not only gives focus to your book, but is the foundation that helps you guarantee its financial success. The biggest mistake even professionals make, is that they don’t write their book for only one primary audience. They don’t know their non-fiction book’s benefits before they write. Wh [...]

Can You Be a Best Selling Self-Publis...

Can You Be a Best Selling Self-Published Author?
You may think you need a New York publisher in order to be a successful author. But as a long time book coach, with many clients who self-published for business successfully, I can show you non-vanity publishers who have given great information to our world, gotten great word of mouth, and even made millions. So, be encouraged and start your [...]

Writing your Great Selling Book ̵...

Writing your Great Selling Book – Interview with Judy Cullins
Judy, thanks so much for agreeing to be interviewed for Today, we have Judy Cullins, author of “Write your eBook or Other Short Book Fast!”-available in print, Kindle and eBook formats. Judy is a noted book shepherd and hosts a Website that is filled with free how to articles, blog posts, and f [...]

eBook Sales Compete Well with Traditi...

eBook Sales Compete Well with Traditional Publishing Models
New and aspiring fiction and non-fiction authors won’t get much attention from publishers and won’t get much of an advance these days. Publishers are calling the great eBook success a “digital disruption.” Not true from my point of view. eBooks are gaining acceptance. eBook sales are strong-think about 3 1/2 bill [...]

Seven Things to Think About Before yo...

Seven Things to Think About Before you Go With Print on Demand
Is Print on Demand all you think it is? You, like many other authors who don’t want to go the long hard road with traditional publishing, and who like the low cost and seemingly easiest and best way to publish a book, Print on Demand Publishing looks good. They print one book at a time when it’s ordered.  But, think again. After m [...]

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