The Huffington Post: Publishing Infographic: How a Book is Born
Those of you who have actually had a book published, or attempted to, tell us: is it really like this?!
Happy Wednesday All!
I had heard the “horror” stories behind traditional publishing – from the endless rejection slips to the battles with publishers over royalties and such. I took the “easy” way out and self-published – as in I buy my own ISBNs, design my own book covers, write the book (I do have a professional editor, I’m not that crazy)…I do my own marketing, plan my own events, etc. The only things I don’t do are print and bind the actual books. Oh, and the bar codes, I don’t do those either. LOL.
Feel free to give us your link to your books here so we can all check them out!
You stumped me with the link request. LOL. I had to go get the links from my email signature as it’s been over a year since anyone’s asked for them. You can get a peep at the following: http://bit.ly/aQClIZ, and http://bit.ly/dzqVTv. Just copy and paste into your browser. Thanks! 😀
This makes my head hurt…I think self-publishing is the way to go these days. I can’t even follow this chart.
Haha, yeah, it was hard to keep up with that! I will probably be even more into self-publishing when I read Let’s Get Digital!
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Kalie Lyn, author of Palm Trees & Bare Feet, is an official winner of National Novel Writing Month 2011!
Kalie Lyn, author of Palm Trees & Bare Feet, is an official winner of National Novel Writing Month 2012!
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