You'll Love This eBook Excerpt If:
- You are a self-published author or want to self-publish a book
- Your looking for the benefits and drawbacks to self-publishing
- You have questions about self-publishing
Writers today have multiple options from traditional publishing to self-publishing, print-on-demand, and e-publishing. This excerpt, from the Beginning Writer's Answer Book, explores the expectations of self-publishing, e-publishing, subsidy publishing, and print-on-demand. Use the information within this 11-page PDF to choose the right publishing path for you and your work.
When you read Should I Self-Publish My Book?, you'll get the answers to questions like: What kinds of projects are right for print-on-demand or subsidy publishing?, What are the biggest mistakes people make when using subsidy or POD services?, and What is e-publishing?
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In This eBook Excerpt You'll Learn:
- About self-publishing, e-publishing, and print-on-demand
- The kinds of projects that are right for subsidy and print-on-demand publishing
- What eBooks are and the drawbacks to e-publishing
A Frequently Asked Question About E-Publishing:What are the drawbacks to e-publishing?
The big and obvious drawback is that you may not have a print book to show people, and your book will probably not be stocked in brick-and-mortar bookstores. Distribution is often limited to the e-publisher's website, Amazon, and a few other sites. Some e-book publishers do offer print-on-demand services (or even traditional press runs) and can sell print editions of your book, but you're still unlikely to get any bookstore play. Also, many people in the publishing industry don't consider e-books published through e-publishers to be legitimate publishing credits; for them, electronic publication is barely a step above self-publishing, though you will find some e-book publishers more respected than others.
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