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Self-publishing: Best Option for First Time Authors

Writing and publishing a book in print form can be costly. Apart from the cost, it can be difficult to find a publishing company willing to risk on a new writer who’s not yet established in the market.

But thankfully, new authors now have digital tools to use to help them in their venture. So if doing a print book is not within your budget, self-publishing is your best option and doing an ebook is the way to go. This way, you will know the real score without having to spend much money and deal with a third party such as the publisher.

According to Guy Kawasaki, co-author of APE: How to Publish a Book, with the publishing industry not in good shape, authors can do away with the traditional way of doing a physical book and instead should focus on creating a digital book. With this kind of book, it’s easy to market it and sell it online. You’ll also provide interested readers the convenience in buying and reading what you’ve written and gain knowledge from it. Continue reading

Originally posted on April 11, 2013 @ 9:11 am

Going Beyond Blogging

If you are looking to assess the skills you’ve acquired by blogging over the last year or more, then Deb Ng’s e-book might have the inspiration and ideas you need to change from being just a blogger to becoming a published author, community manager or more.

Blogging teaches a variety of talents that can be used outside of just blogging, and Deb lives that every day as the Community Manager for BlogTalkRadio. You might know Deb from her famous site Freelance Writing Jobs where she and her friends hand out massive amounts of great advice for freelance writers and bloggers alike.

Her e-book, Beyond Blogging: Using Your Blogging Skills for Bigger and Better Things, is twenty three pages long and comes in at just under ten dollars. An extreme value if I have ever seen one.

Originally posted on February 10, 2011 @ 10:49 pm