Writing a Book and getting it PublishedWrite and publish a book
Once your book is finished, it's time to publish it!
Write a novel and publish it for dummies by George C. Green
While you can like me think that dummy novels are not simple at all, you may be agreeably amazed by the volume of this one. While you can like me think that dummy novels are not simple enough, you may be quite taken by surprise by the size of this one.
Anything you need for your work, such as motivations and vocabulary, story, structure, personality evolution, theme thinking, editorial and polish, to then find an editor and editor or follow the path of self-publication, is treated in style and useful detail, all with a sense of humor that we get to know and like in this booklet.
I' ve loved studying this novel and followed some good suggestions in designing my first novel - that's okay. Even if I hadn't written a novel, I would have found this a very interesting reader in itself, because storytelling is mainly about humans, and this volume tells us how to be an enlightening observers of humans, revealing much of the ecology and socialology of ordinary humans' interaction.
The radical advice of Guy Kawasaki for the publication of your novel
Confused by the self-editing community? Especially by asking how to get someone to buy your books or eBooks. I have hardly tried to publish myself, with an e-mail PDF that is now being revised, and a Kindle e-mail with my teacher Linda Formichelli, 13 Ways to Get the Writing Done Faster.
Up to now I have the feeling that I am still a newbie to find out how to be a success in the Wild West of self-publishing. I' ve sold books that haven't exactly burned the whole wide globe down. So I was really thrilled to get an intro about my boyfriend Danny Iny to break up enchanter and Alltop.com creator Guy Kawasaki.
Former Apple boss evangelist's extensive new guide is APE - Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur - How to Make a Game Pub. It' about why and how you are going to be released today and how you market your work. And then I got on Skype and had an insightful conversation with Guy about where to go with it.
However, I suggest that you pay close attention, because Guy is one of the smartest guys I know to spot the latest developments in the rapidly evolving publishers' work. Do you have a question about self-publishing?