With the many publishing resources, printers and sales outlets on the Internet, setting up a book publishing company is more affordable and less complicated than ever before. The primary function of a book publisher is to procure books and make them available for sale. Procurement of books involves soliciting and accepting marketable manuscripts, contracting with the author for selling rights, and getting copies printed and distributed. Selling books involves making contacts with industry retailers and distributors, or selling directly through your own website. Publishers make a percentage of each sale and pay the balance to the author. Step 1
Setting up and Running Your Publishing Business Contracts and Publishing Law The Business of Book Publishing Setting up and Running Your Publishing Business Anyone can be a publisher. The publisher is the one who puts up the money.
We know how difficult it can be deciding between self publishing companies . Self publishing costs can be elusive on most sites to track down - but not at Dog Ear Publishing. Are all self-publishing companies the same? Self-publishing companies are only the same in the fact that we all use almost the exact same technologies to print books.
Chapters 1: The Story of Storytelling 2: Why We Need Storytelling 3: Storytelling in Action 4: Listening, The Transformational Moment 5: Into the Future Re-Weaving the Community, Creating the Future
Journaling was pretty cool before blogging happened. But you know what is still awesome? Making your own journal! Nothing is quite as inspiring as a blank page, especially if you stitched it together yourself.
Bookmaking tutorial links from around the Web Here are some links to book and box making tutorials from around the web that you might find useful. It is by no means all inclusive and is an ongoing project that I will be updating regularly.
Hi, this is really, really long and has lots of pictures, so I've just gone and cut the whole thing. It's a goofy little photo-journal of the book assembly of my stuff for the upcoming MoCCA show. I hope you like it. 6/5/2011 UPDATE: Sorry, comments are LOCKED, I appreciate your enthusiasm and use of the information herein, but I'm really, really tired of Ukrainian spam.