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Featured Topic: How to Get Your Book Published
In the marketing department, I have to agree, it's a lot of work getting your name out there and keeping it there. I am still looking other avenues .. these forums are a great start.
Great advice and it's great to be able to connect with others struggling with some of the same issues as my own.
I eventually turned to the print on demand route because I got frustrated trying to find an agent and self publishing is costly. It's working out better for me than waiting for that approval letter. Otherwise, the books may still be hiding somewhere on a flash drive. The majority of my frustration comes from what another poster already pointed out: Editing, covers, marketing.
robstar68 wrote:hi there i'm a published author and the process of finding a publisher was relatively easy. i found it fun and exciting. my book comes out soon and i can't wait, the publisher can't do enough for me and as for marketing and distrurbution it goes out world wide to 194 country and 32 different websites. i'm also going on the radio and in all the regional newspapers. so i would say don't listen to everything you read.
Exciting news for you! What tips can you give the rest of us...as to the process of finding a publisher?