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Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2016
I have a finished manuscript I transcribed from tapes of an old Merchant Marine's life. People have suggested that I add narration to his story. By reading Mr. Lowe's book, I now which direction to take. I am very glad that I found this book.
I found this book to be extremely helpful. Although there were a couple of things that weren't really clear such as the steps to take in creating a publisher name and the steps involved in actually getting ISBN numbers, with a little work and following the links he provided you can get the answers needed. I loved this book and highly recommend it for all serious writers
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 9, 2018
This book is a very simple and very basic guide. So simple in fact that it does not live up to its subtitle. I bought another book at the same time called CreateSpace & Kindle Self-Publishing Masterclass by Rick Smith for just a little more money. The Rick Smith book goes into far more detail, covers so much more on just Kindle and is excellent value for its content. 300 pages packed with easy to follow advice and tips. Richard G Lowe, Jr has produced a volume of 57 pages, in quite large print, wide spacing and an incredulous completely blank pages, some pages have hardly anything on them and it is sloppily edited. if you want bad reviews for your work, buy this book. it is a lesson in 'How NOT To...' I feel cheated, as I paid so much for what would probably amount to about 25 pages of mediocre guidance in a normally formatted book. He is not the Writing King he claims to be. He is making money from shoddy goods.