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Successful Self-Publishing: How We Do It (And How You Can Too) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Shoshanna Evers , H.P. Mallory , Jennifer Probst , Kallypso Masters , Debra Holland , Skye Warren , Donna McDonald , Heather Hiestand , David Kazzie , Heather Thurmeier

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Successful Self-Publishing: How We Do It (And How You Can Too) is an inspiring anthology of fifteen indie authors' paths to success in publishing, edited by New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Shoshanna Evers. Get ready to take your career to the next level!

Featuring the following essays by amazingly successful authors:

How I Make $20,000 or More a Month with my Self-Published Books by Kallypso Masters
We Can by Gia Blue
Th e Cover: Make it Professional! by H.P. Mallory
Th e Business of Publishing, an interview of Shoshanna Evers by author Cara Bristol
I Did It My Way by Liz Matis
Respect Your Readers by Katriena Knights
10, no 11 Successful Self-publishing Tips I Wish I’d Known by Heather Thurmeier
A Dog, A New Genre, and a Charity by Jennifer Probst
A Tale of Two Novellas by Skye Warren
Th e Sky Is Not Falling, or Why 99-Cent Books (Probably) Won’t Take Over the World by Jackie Barbosa
Why I Love My Crazy Indie Life by Donna McDonald
How I Sold 17,000 books in Four Months by Debra Holland
David Kazzie, Before & After by David Kazzie
Twitter 101: Five Th ings about Twitter Authors Should Know (and Five you Don’t Know) by Valerie Bowman
Marketing by the eBook by K. Rowe
Th e World of a Steampunk Indie by Heather Hiestand/Anh Leod .
Getting Published by Shoshanna Evers
Plus Helpful Links and Resources!

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 99 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0988753715
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  • Editeur : Shoshanna Evers (4 avril 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 So many questions answered 4 mars 2013
Par Janet Ellinger - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm just starting to look into self publishing and I had so...many...questions. I downloaded this book yesterday and after devouring it in just a few hours, I had a whole notebook full of answers! Not only that, but many things these authors discuss, I hadn't even thought of yet! I no longer feel timid about giving self publishing a try. After reading this book, I actually have a gameplay! I even played around and made a book cover! Now I am more excited than scared! Thank you for this book!!
3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Extremely Useful and Insightful 12 février 2013
Par Jasmine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Okay, where to start first. This book is beyond wonderful, and so insightful! As an aspiring writer who'd taken an interest in self-publishing, I thought I'd done all my research, but clearly I had not. I had no idea that there was so much more to learn (silly me!) and I'm very, very grateful to Mrs. Evers and the other authors who contributed to this book. It's such a big help to me.
I give this book five well-deserved stars! Anyone interested in self-publishing (and it even has information on trad-pub, as well) should read this book first.
There is so much information and so many great resources. I know as I enter this world of publishing, I see myself referencing this book in the near future! :)
A great read about advice, and how authors made it and how they want US to make it too!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 tips 31 mars 2013
Par Windchyme50 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
The main thing self-publishing authors seem to do is self-publish about self-publishing. This had a variety of interesting voices and tips. One thing I enjoyed was reading about writers who by the standards of some of us OCD types, were way in over their heads, schlepping along, doing about half of what the millions of books on this stuff say you should be doing... and still have had some success. Not that this is the best advice, but considering how MANY books on self-publishing are out there, a writer above the age of 17 can get pretty overwhelmed with all the (often very divergent) advice on how to do it. So it was a nice human touch, seeing some folks saying they took the plunge or whatnot, and even got some typo-laden books to sell and such. (Though I suspect there is a special form of dispensation for erotica in that regard.)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Helpful for anyone looking to self pub or even go the traditional route 20 février 2013
Par SusieQ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
So many great tips on a vast array of subjects. Excerpts from so many contributers that tell you how it is, tell you how they did it and quite honestly yes they want to help you get there too. Links to blogs and even more tips embedded in this treasure. And hey found some more twitter peeps to follow...and well how to use the dang thing. Thanks to everyone and I made sure to thank each of those contributors that really did hit me with something that helped me now. It will stay in my stash of goodies I am sure for later use.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 One-Stop Shop for Successful Indie Publishing 7 juin 2014
Par Jade Onyx - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Among the first books I've read of Evers' and definitely memorable, this book launched my commitment to take my writing more seriously and endeavor in the exciting world of self-publishing. A highly recommended read for anyone seriously interested in indie authorship.

Shoshanna Evers' introduction lays it out for all authors: writing is a business, and if we can get up to 70% royalty on books we publish ourselves, then why not try it? She rounds up a wonderful selection of authors who share everything from marketing tips, book covers, pricing and so much more!

USA Today bestselling author Kallypso Masters shares how she makes $20,000 and up on her kinky military romance series, why she chose to write a series, and why three books minimum is a good start.

Gia Blue shares her experience writing hardcore smut in the days before major online retailers performed their content audits and why she chooses to self-publish all the way.

H.P. Mallory writes about the importance of a really good book cover. Professional covers pay off and say something about the content as well and about you as an author. What kind of quality do you stand for so that you stand out above the rest of the masses who are self-publishing as well?

An interview of Shoshanna Evers by Cara Bristol illuminates even more about the publishing industry, why it's important to continue improving your craft and three tips that every writer needs to do to further their career. Among those tips is staying current on trends.

Liz Matis encourages new indie authors to seriously consider their strengths and weaknesses and hire professional help where needed. Then you can focus on your strengths and be more productive.

Katreina Knights is a hybrid author who traditionally publishes for certain romances and self-publishes for paranormal short stories and collections, based upon what she has seen works for her in the industry.

Heather Thurmeier shares eleven self-publishing tips to make it easier for authors just entering the field. Take notes, people, if you haven't been doing so already!

Jennifer Probst used self-publishing to write about her dog, craft a new genre and donate to charity.

Skye Warren experimented with two novellas and found her niche when buyer response consistently came through higher on one of the higher-selling genre. Respecting her readers' preferences, she has since made a name for herself in that genre.

Jackie Barbosa notes that 99-cent books are not enough to sell a book nowadays. Somehow, every author must differentiate the book from others. Barbosa goes on to cite various pricing experiments she made.

Donna McDonald states that it takes at least three books to really crack into the self-publishing market, especially if these three books are part of a series. She goes on to share her experiences getting those series written and the best money she invested in those books to make them sell: professional ebook covers.

Debra Holland, by the chapter title, speaks with Shoshanna Evers in an interview about how she sold 17,000 books in 4 months. Though she did very little marketing (personal blogs and guest blogs), what helped her increase sales were the 5-star ratings.

David Kazzie speaks in an interview about YouTube videos and the effectiveness of the KDP Select program.

Valerie Bowman shares her expertise in Twitter and why every author needs to use that as part of their social media repertoire.

K. Rowe tells it as it is: your eBook is the best marketing tool. She shares a four-step plan to get readers and more readers.

Heather Hiestand/Anh Leod talks about real-time experiments in pricing over steampunk genre.

To wrap up the anthology, Shoshanna Evers provides a basic overview of the publishing industry (both traditional and indie) and leaves readers with helpful links and resources at the end of the book.

SUCCESSFUL SELF-PUBLISHING: HOW WE DO IT (AND HOW YOU CAN TOO) is a useful reference I read and reread at times to check where I'm at in the process of indie authorship. A definite must-read for anyone interested in self-publishing!
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