Writer's Freedom-How to Publish a Book for Pennies
I’ve met many writers in Las Vegas, and elsewhere, who are anxious to publish, but are scared out their wits to go forward. Publishing and marketing mean a journey into a pretty frightening forest, but it can be explored, and conquered safely.
We've all been victims!
Most writers have suffered greatly at the hands of big publishers and vanity publishing companies because they thought these expensive book puppy mills were the only midwives that could help them deliver their “babies” to the market.
There are solutions!
Thank goodness, things have changed in the digital age. Because of home computers, and the resources available on the internet, almost anyone can publish a book, if they understand and apply the steps to do it.
A great new resource
There is a new book out that has helped this author greatly, “Writer's Freedom-How to Publish a Book for Pennies” by Emma Bowman, now available on Kindle and Amazon.
The cover says it well. “Writer’s Fredom, where to hire illustrators, cartoon artists, proofreaders, smash word auto vetter pass format, ebook cover designers, editors-format for Kindle and Create Space, Top Keyword analytics, book reviewers, all for $5.”
Emma actually offers paths around the puppy mills and gives ways to venture out and get work on the market with minimal birth pangs. Internet sources are legion, and she helps us find and take advantage of the best of them.
You've been here
Every try to find a royalty free picture on the internet and then try to post it clearly on your cover? I have, and it’s a maddening, time consuming chore. Ever write something, try to put it on the internet and then get a rejection message moments later warning that you've just plagiarized someone else’s work, and you haven’t? Again Emma has answers.
You can be here
We all want to be published, marketed, and see our babies loved and adored. If this is you, then maybe you should check out , “Writer's Freedom-How to Publish a Book for Pennies” by Emma Bowman, now available on Kindle and Amazon. I’m glad I did.