Write and Publish your own BookWriting and publishing your own book
The BBC News
Nick Spalding's home is remarkable because there are no ledgers. Nothing is to be seen of the bookshelves filled to the brim and the many papers that one expects in a writer's cave. The book industry has been changing in the course of technological development. There is also an indication of how authors try to make a living in different ways.
But putting her words on the streets still costs a little extra work, a little help and good fortune. A few years ago he was writing an experimental novel that probably wasn't handled by a conventional editor. "He says, "I can recall that my goal was to make enough for my spouse and I'd go for a dinner.
"It was so simple, and because I began to make a little more cash and develop a small fan base, made me write another book, then another and another." In a recent poll of authors, 25% of them had released a work themselves, and 86% of them said they would publish it again themselves.
Averages fulltime author only made £11,000 a year. That' s a bigger percentage than authors get from a publishers. Companies have emerged that provide the various components of book production for a charge. Other people are serving authors who may just want to record the story of their families or neighborhood.
Most of the ledgers are still thriller, detective stories or fiction. It points out that "there are many books" and its task is to draw people's interest to the work of its writers. The work of Nick Spalding attracted the interest of a publishing company. With a six-digit bookstore, he was able to buy a home, write for a livelihood and, it seems, give his own tale a cheerful ending.