Tag Archives: book publishing
This is an important subject that is easily overlooked. How to print dyslexia friendly books – and why you should do it. It is all too easy to get carried away with how your book looks and forget about the fundamentals … Continue reading →
If you are looking for someone to print your book, this could be a useful post. It compares some of the main print on demand services available for self-publishers. Visit my websites via the links at the top of this page.
If you are self publishing, you have an array of options to consider. This post about how to publish a paperback using Createspace might be a useful insight. Visit my websites via the links at the top of this page.
In a way, this isn’t rocket science. The theory is pretty much the same as for writing any letter. But, as with any other letter, it doesn’t seem east when you face the task. This post aims to get you … Continue reading →
To state an obvious fact, publishing is a business. Publishers produce products that will make a profit. If you want to find a publisher for your work, it is useful to know what goes into the decision. If you are … Continue reading →
Most writers are only really interested in writing the main part of the book. That is the interesting part, after all. Unfortunately, as with most other things in life, you need to attend to some less interesting things before you … Continue reading →
How long does it take to write a book? That question is a bit like how long is a piece of string, only more complicated. Some first drafts practically write themselves. Others need planning and research before you can even … Continue reading →
In the era of self publishing, do publishers still matter? According to the Waterstones blog, the answer is a resounding yes! Visit my websites via the links at the top of this page.
Getting other people to read your work is an excellent way of improving it. Other people will spot all sorts of things you don’t notice yourself. If you are going to get the most out of the process, there is … Continue reading →