becoming published. Doing it yourself, or paying someone to edit your
manuscript, make your cover and put together the whole thing for you so you
can upload and take all the credit, is
widely recognised these days for the many millions who want to say, hey, I’m a
high profile e-book publishers? Although it seems that there are mainly erotica eBook publishers doing it, the big publishing companies tend to produce their own
e-books and are even reducing themselves to finding new authors on places like
Amazon and Smashwords who distribute through iTunes, Barnes and Noble, Sony,
Diesel, Kobo and are finding more stores to push our books through every day.
publisher to doing it yourself?
think it’s fabulous as is and may not be happy with the way it ends up.
have to do it all yourself.
you want it.
it better without changing too much.
each website’s specifications. UNLESS you only publish to Smashwords, who sends it everywhere, and Amazon’s Kindle. Then you only need two formats plus the print format for Amazon’s CreateSpace. That means three formats for your book.
of your choice and waiting for them to be reviewed and approved for publishing.
dealings in order.
find decent help.
blog posts, how-to guides to self-publishing.
unless you pay someone to help you.
week to publicise yourself and try to sell your books. And even then you may not have much success.
all depends on whether you write romance and erotica as there are well known
online publishers for that, but if you want to have your books published in the
mainstream then obviously doing it yourself it going to be better as you are
across the major wheeler dealers in the industry for eBooks.
e-books. Smashwords which are finding new distributers all the time already
send our books off to iTunes, B&N, Diesel, Sony, Kobo, Blio, Axis, Page
Foundry and have found more since. You can’t get any more mainstream on the big eBook selling sites than those.