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How to Self Publish Inexpensive Books and Ebooks
How to Self Publish Inexpensive Books and Ebooks

How to Self Publish Inexpensive Books and Ebooks


92 Pages, x

Formats: EPUB, Mobipocket

EPUB, $0.99 (US $0.99) (CA $1.99)

Publication Date: December 2016

ISBN 9781495619885

Rights: US & CA

Bookmark Publishers (Dec 2016)


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There are many books telling you how to self publish your book for less than $100 or virtually free. They recommend CreateSpace or IngramSpark. Or Smashwords for ebooks. You can do that, but you will get a book that will look like it was self published and not a professional product that will compete with books from traditional publishers. The title of this book emphasizes it is aimed at finding inexpensive, quality book publishers for authors so they can market their book with confidence. You will be preparing to market a book people will want to read rather than a book they will be sorry they purchased.How to Self Publish Inexpensive Books and Ebooks is the Canadian edition of this book. Please purchase How to Self Publish Inexpensive Books and Ebooks: U.S. Edition if you plan to publish and market your book in the United States.

Author Biography

Born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, William Allan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from McMaster University and a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Carleton University's School of Journalism. He moved west and started a career with newspapers that lasted nearly 30 years. Most of that time was spent at The Leader-Post, the daily newspaper in Regina, Saskatchewan. William was a reporter and copy editor from 1979 to 2008, reporting on crime and labour issues and later editing copy and doing page makeup. He retired in 2008 and lives with his spouse Abby Ulmer in Regina.