Process of Writing a Book and getting it PublishedThe process of writing and publishing a book
How is a textbook written?
It came with a handbook, but it was pointless to teach them how to use the program in a realistic environment, so customers would ask me to coach them. It actually took over a whole months, but the results were a fifty-page handbook (with screenshots) that I could provide to other customers.
I realized that there was a need for a real textbook when people from all over the globe asked for a copy of the work. So I turned to the standard editors of such handbooks, but everyone turned me down: they thought the size of the paperwork wasn't big enough. So, I took care of getting it published myself.
So I learnt how to become an officially appointed editor, founded a print shop to do the print and a bookshop to sell the work. In a year or so, I released my first real issue (an extended copy of the source manual), which was selling in the hundred for $50 each.
The following issues were oversold by the thousand (it was a "bestseller" in its field) and became the main course guide on architecture and student softwares. Decisive is whether you really have a hand in understanding how to explain engineering materials and think you can make a more efficient product than competitive products on the open bookstand.
Spend the end of the work ( "it will significantly increase your publishing chances") if you think it's really good, then hand it in to several publishing houses. There will be some work on your side and trouble in establishing yourself as a editor, but once that is done, you will have the means to produce this and any other books you want to public.
Today, the business-to-business ratio is simpler because there are companies that can provide you with printing-on-demand, the web makes it simple to promote and promote, and you can also post in e-book-style. And if your product is selling well, you may even find a professional publishers to help you buy the copyrights and post them under their flags.