Author: Clea Saal
ISBN 1-58939-349-X (softcover)
Computers and new printing technologies have brought significant changes to the world of self-publishing. Unlike what was the case only a decade ago, it is now possible to release a book without printing a full press run and the Internet provides some marketing opportunities that were not available a few years ago. This means that a book can now be published for a very modest fee, and that warehousing costs are a thing of the past. If you are thinking about self-publishing, then this book will provide you with a quick overview of everything you need to know in order to have your book released. And, it will help you decide whether or not self-publishing is really the best thing for your book.
One of the things this book does not attempt to do is tell you that self-publishing is for everyone. Unlike most books on the subject, this one does try to present an accurate portrayal of the advantages and disadvantages of self-publishing, something that is critical if you want to avoid a painful disappointment.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Under duress, Clea Saal has confessed to being born on this planet ... however she insists that she is not certain whether or not that would have been her first choice. She was born at an early age somewhere in the Southern Hemisphere, although she was dragged to the other side of the equator by her parents when she was only a few years old. She endured twelve years of basic education (or rather thirteen, as she did flunk once) and then by reason of tradition, masochism or insanity, she went on to devote several more years of her life toward obtaining a degree in English Literature. The day she finally graduated was loudly celebrated ... by her teachers.
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