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So you’ve spent lots of time writing that interesting book or a batch of brief stories or simply those moving poems and lyrics, now what? Sure you can join a writing site or start a blog and post your work there but it is best to create your assortment of writing and/or your novel in a book.
That is a huge achievement. It gives you something to brag and be pleased with about. It also potentially can bring you some income (it doesn’t matter how big or small it might be). You can find two methods for you to go about getting your book published. You may get an agent and have him/her submit your manuscript to traditional web publishers until one of them finally decides to create your book.
Finding an agent isn’t easy and could take a long time before someone actually shows desire for trying to help you get your book published. You can test to send your manuscript to traditional publishers lacking any agent too, but these days more of these kinds of publishers won’t even look at your work if you don’t have a realtor. The downside to looking to get your book released with a traditional publisher is that you will most likely face rejection and lots of it. It doesn’t imply that the publication you have written is crap or of bad quality.
It just means your reserve is not what the publishers want for at this time, or they just fail to see how great it truly is perhaps. In the final end, all they value is making money and if they believe that your book won’t sell out, they won’t bother with you. Trying to get your book published with a traditional publisher is an extremely stressful and downing process and is something that you can avoid if you go the self-publishing path. Going the self-publishing path means that your reserve will less likely to get turned down, if.
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Your reserve will be released faster and available as POD (print out on demand). POD books are printed only when these are ordered, which means you do not have to worry about where to store your book and how many copies to order, and you never waste materials hardly any money. When you do go the self-publishing route you have to be careful though.
There are enough web publishers (“vanity press” and such) who will offer to publish your book for you however they will ask you for a hefty charge for the service. You might be asked to fork over thousands of dollars to have your reserve published and available to the world. And you may even be asked to purchase your own publication with a full price. There are various self-publishing companies out there.
Some call themselves POD (Print on Demand) or self-publishing companies. Others call themselves “vanity press” publishers. No real matter what they call themselves be sure to shop around before you agree to have them submit the reserve for you. Why pay more when someone can submit the written reserve for you for less? If you are the type of person who wants to do everything himself/herself then you can publish your book on your own through Lulu or CreateSpace and it’ll not cost you anything.