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Self-publishing a book: 25 things you need to know. Note to readers: I originally published the article back in 2008 and have updated it a few times, most recently on June 13, 2012.
This article primarily addresses self-publishing a print book, though many of the tips apply to e-books as well. For specific information about publishing an e-book, see my companion article, " How to self-publish an ebook . " I know, I know. This is a column about cutting-edge electronics. So, apologies to gadget-heads as I take a brief sojourn into the land of self-publishing, which has become a lot more high-tech than a lot of people realize. A few years ago I wrote a book.
Its short history is this: I worked on it for several years, acquired a high-powered agent, had some brushes with major publishers, then, crickets. I could have tried to go for a small publisher, but I was told mine was "a bigger book" with more commercial aspirations and prestigious small publishers were interested in more literary tomes. 1. Absolute Write. Author's Facebbok Site.
Comic Book Submission. Literary Agents and Agent Info. Writing Contests. Writer's Market. CuteWriting Publishing List. Introduction Should you feel the importance of submitting short stories, as an incentive to your normal writing career, you should do in-depth market research for the best sites and magazines to which you can submit them; the most important thing is exposure rather than payment.
If you check out my previous article on short story submission guidelines and how-to, you will have a fairly good idea of the importance of short stories. Here, we have a list of short story markets that really matter. The List of Markets 1. Did you know that Amazon accepts your short stories? Since the site gets millions of visitors daily, getting your story purchased a number of times can fetch you a good amount of money. 2. This is an online Science Fiction magazine, published and read online, established by late. Another greate advantage of Baen’s Universe is that their submission system is a collaborative forum, in which each writer can rate and comment on other writers’ submissions. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.