Steps to Write a Book and Publish itHow to write and publish a book
Where can I publish my new book? Then 14 steps to self-publishing a book is just right for you! This succinct and award-winning* self-publishing guidebook for prospective writers, Mike Kowis, Esq. divides its 14-step procedure for the publication of appealing, well-written and efficiently distributed work. All you need to know about self-publishing, complete with tips for working on, creating, sharing and promoting your book; The Amazing Lectures Mike learnt from self-publishing his award-winning book.
It also contains a check list of the whole 14-step procedure so you don't miss a thing. This book has been chosen as a finisher in the business: The Writing & Publishing section of the International Book Awards 2017. Stage 2: Build a new company to publish and promote your book yourself.
SUMMARY 7: Build a community based publishing site to advertise your book. Stage 8: Choose where and in which sizes you want to market your book. Step 9: Engage a design studio to design your bookcase. STAGE 10: Engage a creative artist to help you reformat the inside of your book and/or turn your script into an eBook.
SCRIPT 11: Buy an edited book report long before the book's release date. Step 12: Download your book file to the distributor's website. SECTION 13: Please submit your book to the U.S. Copyright Office within three month of the date of publ. Stage 14: Promote your book. Juridical and bookmaking are different.
CHAPTER 8: Book review is a challenge. CONSIDER 9: Observing bookselling becomes habit. BOOKING PRICES: BOOK REVIEWS: "When you think about creating and releasing your next bestseller, Kowis' latest book gives you the truth. His book was instructive, simple to study, though somewhat overpowering. There' s a lot to consider when you publish a book yourself.
Normally, all these things are taken care of behind the scenery by tradition. Although this is not a full reading, publication covers it if you are the one in charge of making all this work. For such a brief book it is full of information. "about the self-publication of a book.
And I wasn't sure where to begin research or what to ask. Taking an overawing mountainous theme, Kowis turned it into a 14-step climbing step leader. "The 14 Steps to Self-Publishing a Book is a succinct, clearly worded survey of the self-publishing processes of an writer who has recently made this experi¬ence himself.
ikes Kowis guides the readers through the self-publication proces. The book is brief, but very instructive. I may have become a subject of some traps, concealed charges and fraud in the self-publishing world. "Writing a book, releasing the book, making a living seems simple enough.
Lucky for me, I found Mike Kowis' great book. Not only did he sort through all the huge, bewildering confusion of information, but he also limited it to 14 credible and feasible steps that he has demonstrably worked for him. It was like a conversation with a good old boyfriend for counsel.
These steps are very easily understood and very informative and leave no doubt - as if he were listening to his readers' thoughts on what they need. He not only gives us 14 steps that span everything from starting a company, to building a website, information about getting ISBN numbers and marketing your book, but he also gives us his own travel and learnt lesson, he also gives us other information related resources (and unlike other textbooks, the link works!).
Overall, I was very much struck that he was able to limit everything to 14 steps, so I don't think you can find a more complete workbook. It' ideal for all authors, no matter what state your processes are at. Rather than stumble through and make a mistake or get swamped, just take Mike's 14 steps and make your book a champion!
"I' ve always had this series of writers inside me, like many more. But actually getting something released has always seemed like an impossibility content, especially with all the business relation out location. That'?s why I like this book so much. It' easy and succinct, but it will tell you exactly what you need to know to actually publish your book - without a metric ton of slang on the way.
"It is a great endeavor to write a book. However, when it is finished and willing to publish in book format, is the author's work really done? What number of editors should an author contact before giving up? Would the author ever give up? Today, in the swamp of book printing opportunities, authors are not limited to the big conventional book publisher.
Indeed, the self-publishers' concept, which may frighten many authors, has many positives, not least full book literacy and editorial as well as print, sales and market. It' not simple, but it can be done with a little help from an experienced writer, as well as a worker accountant and businessman, Mike Kowis, Esq. and his latest book, 14 Steps to Self-Publishing a book.
"Mike's book is clear and succinct, with a step-by-step self-publication schedule that most writers will find useful and uplifting. "It is a brief book, but full of explanation, example walnuts and screws of the publication of a book. ENGINEERING REVIEW: "You always wanted to write a book, but don't know where to begin?
Successful writer Mike Kowis gives a detailed account of his recipe - which includes a complete list of the steps from the first concept to the first bookstore. Copyright © 2017-2018 Mike Kowis, Esq.