In May we announced the launch of 3 new self-publishing packages. We also hinted that we'd be announcing a giveaway soon...
The giveaway is here! Starting tonight you'll have the chance to win ebook and print formatting, and one lucky winner will win an entire self-publishing package!
You’ve likely encountered the words “KDP” and “KDP Select” a few times in trying to get a handle on the intricacies of self-publishing. You might know that whether you enroll in one or the other affects your royalties, and whether someone can “borrow” your book, and whether you can publish your book in other stores...
But if you've ever wondered what each one means, and how it all works, this post is for you!
As self-published authors we can sometimes have an uphill climb to convince potential readers that our book is worth a look. Despite some high-profile self-published successes out there, there is still considerable stigma around self-publishing.
The beauty of self-publishing is how easy it is for any author to publish their work. But too often, we forget that just because anyone can do it, doesn’t mean anyone can do it well.
It’s a question we get asked often, and see asked just about everywhere -
How much does it really cost to self-publish a book?The answer, like so much in life, is “it depends”.
Quite honestly, there really is no limit to how much you could spend on self-publishing your book.
There is, however, a floor. If you have a book that you’d like to publish yourself on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iBooks, etc. in ebook and print, you can do it with a budget of exactly $0.