How to Pick the Right Self-Publishing Option
By KEN PICARD
As any published writer can attest, nothing compares with the feeling of seeing one’s words in print for the first time. Whether it’s a memoir, first novel, how-to book or poetry anthology, it’s incredibly rewarding to hold a professionally bound volume of one’s own creation.
For much of publishing history, professional gatekeepers reserved that experience for authors deemed erudite, entertaining or wealthy enough to warrant a print run. In recent years, however, technological advances such as eBooks and print-on-demand (POD) have enabled anyone with a computer and a modest sum of money to…
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