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Too Much, Too Little, Too Late: Executing Your First Self-Published Book

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels.com /license free for commercial use If self-publishing was easy, everyone would be a published author. Self-publishing my first book taught me that writing is a tough gig. You Can’t Just Write the Book and Walk Away (Too Little) The ins and outs of writing, publishing and marketing are new to most …

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Self-Publishing Sweat Equity is Not the Key

In self-publishing, the banker is the writer. The person financing all activities in one way or another is the writer. The person assuming all the financial risks is the writer. The writer has three choices: Reach into their pocket and pay to have all the required done others. Do all the work themselves Perform some …

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Self-Publishing Marketing. Distinguishing Yourself from the Crowd

How many Toni Crowe’s are there? As of today, when you search for Toni Crowe in Google, there are 1,216 Toni Crowes on the internet. One thousand two hundred and sixteen. The Toni Crowe that is me has written a book, NEVER A $7 Whore (live on Amazon on August 05, launching on August 08). …

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Choose Carefully: 4 Definitions of Self-Publishing

Hummmm…I got it! Self-publishing where the writer does all the work Self-publishing with a custom publisher Self-publishing with a vanity publisher Self-publishing with a ghost writer Definitions The writer does all the work In self-publishing where the writer performs all the work, the writer performs all the work. The idea generation, the writing, the selling, and …

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