When Granny Sue wrote and published, there was a lot of cutting, pasting and whiting out for mistakes. Then she had to call up a publisher who could get it printed and go out to various books stores and malls to convince them the book would sell. With technology, it’s a much simpler world. Now, we can sell books ourselves without having to shell out dollars and cents to get a book published – or we can review publishers and pick which we’d prefer. With the internet came choices. And here are some steps toward helping make a choice on selling your book and some tips to make sure you have a sound idea of what to look for when selling:
Jarvis, Paul. “How to Market a Self-Published Book.” The Huffington Post, TheHuffingtonPost.com, 18 Sept. 2014.
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