How To Get A Book Published

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Post by Hardekunley1 » 03 Jun 2018, 06:15

Mine dream is coming true in getting pulished......... thanks

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Post by My Blessing 21 » 22 Jun 2018, 00:14

I have written some poems and I want to publish them. I would like some information on how to do that. I also am in the process of writing a book. It takes a lot of thought to write the book. However a poem I can write in a matter of minutes. I would like to make a short book of poems and publish it. How much would that cost? Does anyone know?

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Post by semtru3 » 28 Jun 2018, 11:16

I have often wanted to write a book about my life.
It would better than fiction
I just can't start
Does anyone have a answers to where I would start

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Post by SparklesonPages » 03 Jul 2018, 14:28

Thank you for this post. I am seriously weighing the self publishing route versus sourcing a publisher. Having recognition from the professionals as well as the marketing aspect make that route more appealing at the moment. Naturally the fear of never hearing back from publishers is ever present.

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Post by mexamor86 » 09 Jul 2018, 08:20

Apt and informative. Useful for aspiring writers

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Post by mac83 » 20 Aug 2018, 16:27

This post is helpful. I would like to publish a book of my poetry some day. There are a lot of sites out there nowadays that let you publish your own book. I don't know how well that works though. I would say it would involve doing ones own marketing to get it out there and noticed.
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Post by Caylie_Cat » 25 Sep 2018, 23:27

The marketing aspect of self-publishing scares me silly, as I am the worst salesperson I have ever met! Nor am I one to jump on the personal publicity bandwagon and launch myself into the public eye for any reason. I have written a children's book that has been favourably reviewed by peers and their children, but it will probably remain on my desktop, forever unread because I'm just the biggest coward! :roll:

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Post by Sahansdal » 08 Nov 2018, 20:18

I wrote 550 (email) queries. 550 rejections. Glad I didn't need stamps! Not sure what to do, but I do have a new, better book to promote. I'm getting consistently good reviews on this new one.

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