A professional self-publishing service that cares about your manuscript


Self Publishing – manuscript writing notes by Julie McGregor – original founder www.loveofbooks.com.au

Love of Books, the most comprehensive professional self-publishing company in Australasia, with more than 10 years’ experience and collaboration with top publishing houses, will reveal the secrets of successful book writing and self-publishing.

Nowadays, with the huge surge of blogs and article directories and the freedom that the internet provides, many people have been offered the opportunity to uncover their writing talents. For many of them, writing just doesn’t stop on blogging and they end up with their own books that are ready to be published. Unfortunately, at this point the easy part stops, as publishing isn’t that easy to accomplish.

Actually, language is a tool to express feelings and emotions, but not everyone is good at using it effectively to get the idea across. Writing is one of the best ways of sharing ideas with people. This is the secret to why blogging got that immense success. But then again, one needs to be creative and unique about the choice of words and of course, to be grammatically correct. We are talking about professional eBook writing and not just blogging. Mistakes are not allowed. Here are some important tips that must be followed to avoid mistakes that many other writers make:

Understand the Feeling:

Depending on the nature of the piece of writing, the writer needs to sound interesting. This implies that the expressions should grab the reader’s attention. If the eBook is about a funny or comic story, the tone of the writing should be light. Otherwise, a boring story would come out and would not leave the proper impression on the readers’ mind. If it were a horror or suspense story, the expression would be significantly different.


It is important to be aware of the technical aspects of the language, because this can significantly impact the sentence structure and layout of the manuscript. It is crucial to use proper vocabulary and grammar, because most of the readers investing in an eBook are very intellectual and would be shocked if they came across any grammatical issues. This doesn’t mean that the author should use an advanced vocabulary, because this would tire the readers. Instead, a story with simple words would be more effective than one with difficult ones. The readers may get lost in the words of the story, instead of understanding it.

Self-Publishing and eBook Marketing:

It is important to hire a professional self-publishing company that has the necessary experience to make your novel successful. Writers can’t do this by themselves and many publishing houses are extremely select about the pieces they publish. All eBooks are completely different, because the writers’ visions are completely different. Therefore, you need a self-publishing service that really cares about the outcome of your novel. Many talented writers have given up because they’ve failed to market their eBook correctly.

Love of Books, a self-publishing Australasian service, is exactly what any writer needs. They collaborate with printers, graphic designers, illustrators, and government agencies such as ISBN & CiP registrations, and also work with editors, proofreaders, and typesetting agents assigned to complete eBook publishing and marketing perfectly, not only for new, but also for established writers, making their dream of a complete and successful eBook a reality.

About Love of Books:

Love of Books ( http://loveofbooks.com.au) was founded and directed by John and Julie McGregor. The local business is located in Australia and serves all the Australasia territory. They had more than 10 years experience in the publishing industry. Their business is a family owned self-publishing house that treats every writer as if they were a member of the family. Here, the success of every author’s book is their goal. Now Ian Lewis has been given all the business materials etc and enlisted Love of Books as a brand new business.

Self Publishing – manuscript writing notes by Julie McGregor  original founder www.loveofbooks.com.au