How to Print and Publish your own BookTo print and publish your own book
To publish your book yourself
W-why would I publish myself? Well at £795.00 for the full pub we certainly won't drop into the âextortionistâ class, but what about you? Sure, if your work had any credit, it would have been caught by an avid operative or editor, wouldn't it? Where is Print on Demand?
The Print on Demand has easily reached a revolutionary stage in the book publishing business that allows almost anyone with a sense of creativity to have their work produced in hardcover or pocket size. If you are a self-publisher, you are actually in charge of selling your book, so if you donâ??t, nobody will!
See Graham Taylor and Wilfred Hopkins' (in Why Self-Publish) samples and how they themselves wrote and studied. âBut I don't like to sell and I've never even done anything for anyone in my life,â I listen to you say. Don't be worried, almost all writers, whether or not they are released themselves, were and probably will always be in the same boat as you.
The best people to support your work are you. Obviously you think your book has some value because you have been spending lessons typing, retabling and reworking it to make the storyline, character and attitudes as interesting as possible for the readers. You' ve spend more of your own free and easy life getting frahlings and editors to study your book and publish your work.
This is because you believe that what you have posted is well enough for someone to read, and you also want to get a fair reward for the effort you have put into your work. Further information on the publication of a book can be found here.