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Successfully self-publishing: How to publish an ebook and print a book
Every single working day they publish a thousand new titles, but many self-published ones are sinking. A lot of writers are disappointed because there are so many opportunities for self-publication, and they don't know which one to pick or what's best for their book.
Some are spending tens of thousands on publication and end up with the results. I' ve been spending the last ten years writing my own bestsellers of literature and non-fiction, and in 2011 I quit my daily work to become a full-time writer. I made many errors, but through the self-publication of 27 works I have learnt how to publish and promote his works most effectively.
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As one publishes a successful book. First of all, you have to determine the "success" of your book.
Will your book be a hit? As your editor, we can help you. What is your book's name? Every writer and every narrative can have a different meaning for "success". A writer complained to me that his last book had been selling less than 50,000 books.
For him, the book was a disillusion. He was a global best-seller and had a global TV viewership. You gave away almost half a million copies.... and collected more than $100 million in cash because you told your stories through this book. To them, "success" had nothing to do with "selling" them.
To bequeath a heritage of knowledge to her wife and daughter, I know a woman who has written three of them. Once your script is finished and you can see your words on the page, ask yourself again: "What is my defining achievement for this book?" Did your concept of "success" change after the completion of your work?
Prior to publishing, you should discuss your definitions of "success" with your publishing house. Not only can a good publishing house help you fine-tune your concept of "success", it can also contribute to making it a fact. When your publishers don't understand, when they don't know why you split your definitions of hit for your book, or when they aren't really interested in your definitions of hit, it's a good idea to find a new one.
When the publishing house receives it, you will have a strong associate and associate who will lead your book to "success". Words of caution - Your editor may not approve of your definitions of "success" for this book. You could define it as""Selling a million copies.""" However, your editor realizes that you haven't created a sufficiently large public or that the prospective book fair (people who are interested enough to buy the book) doesn't total up to a million titles for this book.
Publishers may suggest some changes to the script or add contents to improve your chances of being successful. You can suggest to cut some non-essential footage in the script so that the narrative gets through better for the readers. Now, look at your editor. They' ve written more than you' ve ever been.
Improve your chance of a successful book start by agreeing with your publishing house on what "success" looks like for your book. You do this when you send your book to the publishers, not after your book has been released. The start of a book's promotion is before its publication, not after. When you start to write, choose your own definitions of what constitutes your achievement for this book.
Check your definitions of your achievement for this book as soon as your script is ready. Do you still have a good understanding of what constitutes your achievement? Sharing your concept of "success" for the book with your publishing house. Make sure your editor listens and hear your editor until you have reached an agreement on the "success" of this book.
Make sure your book is based on your common concept for mutual benefit throughout the publication lifecycle. Start your planning for your sales and implementation with the signing of the agreement, not with the publication of the book. Both your (and your publisher's) marketing/launch schedule should be based on your own definitions of the book's effectiveness.
Your book was designed and constructed around your concept of "success" from concept to finished work. Publishers agree with your definitions of "success" for the book and have joined forces with you during the publishers' processes to put this definitions of "success" into practice. When your book reaches its publication date, you know that it was designed for "success" and that the roadmap to achieving that goal has been working for month.
Which is the meaning of "success" for your book? When you think you know what it is, or when the concept of "success" for your book has left you at a loss, let's discuss it. Simply fill out the following contact sheet and we will arrange a free, non-binding consult.