So, you have completed a manuscript. It’s polished, and you don’t think that you can make it any better than what’s already on paper. Now, it’s time to get your book published. You know you want to self publish, but who on earth do you select as your self-publishing company?
Probably ten years ago, the idea of self publishing was taboo. It seemed that no reputable author would consider self publishing. It was the unwritten rule that in order to be certified as a reputable author, a writer needed to enter the rites of passage of actually convincing a book agent to take on their book project, and then, the writer needed the blessing of a traditional publishing company.
Today, it is a much different story. All a writer has to do is Google “Book Self-Publishing Companies,” and hundreds of companies will pop up in the search results. A writer can…
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