It’s that time again! Don’t forget to go to your favorite ebook outlet and pick up this month’s copy of Self-Publisher’s Monthly. This month is full of all sorts of great information writers can use, all for the low, low price of 99 cents! It’s a bargain you can’t afford to be without!
This month’s issue includes:
Using Microsoft Word’s “Track Changes” Feature as an Editing Tool by yours truly
What is “Do-It-Yourself Publishing” by Danny O. Snow
Connect with “Influencers” and Sell More Books by Rachel Thompson
Six Steps to Generating a Powerful Marketing Message for your Book by Scott Flora
Seven Common Mistakes to Avoid When Preparing Your Manuscript for POD Publication by Joel Friedlander
Institutional Buyers and How They Can Benefit Your Book by Shel Horowitz
Book Awards Increase Sales by Dan Poynter
Live Links to Freebies and Useful Resources
Don’t miss this and all the other issues of this terrific publication!
The new issue of Self-Publisher’s Monthly is out! Why am I excited? Well, not only am I a contributing editor to this fine publication, but every month, you are treated to a plethora (yes, I said plethora!) of fine articles on the art of publishing your own work.
This month’s issue offers some great advice on promotion, tightening your writing, publishers, learning to sell, how print-on-demand printing and distribution works, how to maximize Amazon’s new Matchbox and Countdown programs, how much indie authors can realistically make from their books, and more!
You’re getting off the cuff advice from people in the self-publishing trenches like Rachel Thompson, Scott Flora, Danny Snow, Joel Friedlander, Dan Poynter, and Florrie Kichler, and me.
Aaaaaaand… the publishers of SPM are offering a contest to win an ebook publishing package from Self-Publishers Monthly! All you have to do to enter is email an order confirmation of any issue in 2013 from Amazon, Apple, Nook, Smashwords, or any other bookseller to email@example.com with the phrase “e-Book Publishing Drawing” in the subject line. How awesome is that?
I’d say you get a lot for a measly 99 cents. If you haven’t checked it out before, you really should.
You can get your latest copy here: http://www.selfpublishersmonthly.com