Self-Publishing Resources for Authors
Have you ever wondered, what self-publishing resources work? Where do I get a book cover? How do I find an editor?
This book provides you with a myriad of resources to help your self-publishing be successful.
What do you get?
That’s it. You get a list of resources and descriptions of what they should be used for. And you save time!
You don’t have to spend hours online trying to figure out what services work and which ones don’t. Stick to this book, use the tools properly, and you’ll have a successful self-publishing experience.
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