Publishing Mistakes to Avoid
The 10 Biggest Mistakes An Author Can Make When Publishing Their Book
Self-publishing a book can be a truly rewarding and magical experience, especially if you follow a good plan. Self-publishing will allow you to retain more rights over the final product, offer the product at a substantially lower cost, and if you understand the fine print, give you an outlet to do traditional marketing and advertising yourself.
Self-publishing is a great option to get your book out there. You have to be prepared; self-publishing takes a lot of initiative and drive. It is your passion, and I know this because you wouldn’t be reading this right now if this was not true. This passion will see you through the frustrations that you will most certainly experience along the way. That being said, self-publishing can be an exciting, magical, truly rewarding, and profitable venture if it is all done right.
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Going to a publisher who knows the industry itself on a whole, right from the first step to the end and final product, along with some general marketing experience will be the wisest decision you can make. I have seen authors who went straight to point of print and come out very disappointed.
You see, its like this: If you don’t know the territory you will need to either spend a lot of time learning it, countless hours indeed. The right advice can save you much headache and save your pocket.