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Getting Started In Self-Publishing

Getting Started In Self-Publishing

Getting Started In Self-Publishing – All You Need

All you need to know about getting started in self-publishing. From formatting your manuscript, publishing your book, to marketing ideas to sell books.

Why Do You Want To Self-Publish?

Why Do You Want To Self-Publish?

There are many reasons to self-publish your book, and there is nothing stopping you from becoming an author and selling your books online.

Where And How To Publish An Ebook Or Paperback

Where And How To Publish An Ebook Or Paperback

The four most popular self-publishing service providers for new authors are Kindle Direct Publishing, Smashwords, Draft2Digital and Createspace.

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