This assumption harkens back to the time when self-published authors had to purchase thousands of copies, keep them in their garage, and…
Working in TV, I have learned that ratings are people. What do people want? How do you reach the people who are not part of the masses? I put the same thought process into promoting my book…
“I received two phone calls from a publisher offering to republish my book. A quick Internet search revealed the firm’s reputation is not too good (to put it mildly!)…”
I re-wrote my book under a pen name, and asked my publisher to have the old version removed from the Internet, but to no avail…
After thorough investigation, they would keep 80% of all sales, risk no money, and I had to pay over $6,000 up front just to get the ball rolling! Please help!
Getting your book back on the market can be fast, and FAR cheaper than you paid last time around!
Understand what sizes are offered by publishers BEFORE designing your book!
Re-name? Re-write? Re-design? Use a pseudonym? Here are some options!
Ebook sales are down. Ebook reading device sales are down. Print sales are up. What does this mean for the future of books?
“Did you pay the writers who contributed to to your book, “QUERY LETTERS THAT WORKED! Real Queries That Landed $2K+ Writing Assignments?” Or, did they simply give them to you?”