Sound too good to be true?
It’s called ancillary book publishing and there are seven ways any writer can make it happen. You submit the ready-to-go manuscript and a cover file (two firms will let you create a cover on their site, free) and they send you a proof. If you like it, they list your book and you, your shocked friends, and others eager for your words can buy them immediately.
Best yet, almost all of the publishers will then continue to sell the book through key distributors like Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Amazon, and others.
The cost? Just mailing the proof to you. I did it all seven times and that ran $7-30 each.
It scarcely matters the kind of book, either. A regular how-to, a novel, prim, erotic, cookbook, memoirs, niched, almost anything. Some create bound books, others, e-books (where charts, graphs, and images can be hard to faithfully replicate).
I walk you through the process, give you all the publishers and their links, and try to explain how you can get in print about as fast as the book is done, proofed, and posted. It’s in my last (10/1) newsletter. Just link, link, and read.
I’ll be following up on this almost every month in this newsletter (as well as a whole lot of other stuff about writing, speaking, and product development), and since it’s free (and easy to escape if that’s your wish!), get subscribed so you can directly receive the next issue.
Most important, you have something (probably man things) we need to know that you can share in a book. Here’s how to jump past all the big house foolishness or self-publishing hoops and get in print almost free almost immediately!