Many people are content to sit on the sidelines and criticize, but when you decide to self-publish a book you are leaving the stands and stepping into the arena.
My first self-publishing experience was a disaster. I did everything in the wrong order. I made the mistake of formatting the manuscript before completing my final draft, and I had to re-paginate the whole document every time I made a small change! It took me 10 or 12 tries to get the cover art just right (and I was printing a hardback, so it cost $20 every time I ordered a new copy). When I was finally
One of the reasons I decided to start a business help authors self-publish their books is that there were so, so many people I talked to that had great ideas or partially completed manuscripts and I wanted to help them make their dreams a reality.
A couple of years ago, my sister and I wrote down all of our Christmas memories and put them into a book for our parents.