How to Self-Publish the Easy Way : A Manual for Everyone
Seeing your words in print is very satisfying. It is a major personal accomplishment to know that you created something someone else can use and enjoy. Many people think that publishing a book is beyond their ability and budget. Nothing could be further from the truth if you are willing to spend the time and effort required to publish your book by yourself, that is self-publish. In fact, it costs very little to self-publish a book. Trying to convince an agent to represent you or a traditional publisher to publish your book is frustrating at best and highly improbable at worst. Self-publishing through a reputable publisher is an alternative worth considering. How to Self-Publish the Easy Way explains how to self-publish with the least amount of stress and money. Covering every aspect of the process, from what computer software you need to which company to self-publish through and how, Steve Gabany shares the secrets he has discovered and uses to publish his own eBooks and printed books. How to Self-Publish the Easy Way strips away the mysteries of self-publishing and provides you with step-by-step instructions on everything you need to know, including how to organize files and folders on your computer, back-up alternatives, and publishing your book. You can use these steps with confidence to self-publish any fiction or non-fiction book, whether poetry, a children's picture book, a novels or a biography. With his Illustrator, Arlene Berry, Steve Gabany has published three children's picture books in both print and eBook format: We All Need A Friend, Petey Possum's Story, If I Only Had Thumbs, Chickee Chicken's Story, and If I Only Had Thumbs, Polly Pig's Story. He has republished in print and eBook format Benjamin Franklin's autobiography, a historical biography of George Washington, and close to 100 public-domain eBooks.
- Paperback | 50 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.05mm | 127.01g
- 10 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Steve G Gabany Ph D
Steve Gabany and wife, Carol live in historic Paducah, KY. He is a retired university administrator and professor. He'd almost rather write than eat. Arlene Berry and husband, Tom live in Mayfield, KY. Arlene's work can be found in many private collections as well as in the permanent collection of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art.