So you want to write a book, or maybe you've already written one. If you have, how did you publish it? If you haven't, how do you plan to publish it? In today's publishing market, many first time - and even experienced - authors are finding it more and more difficult to have their work accepted by mainstream publishers. That's why so many have decided to become self- or indie publishers. But how do you do it? Where do you start? What are the advantages and disadvantages? Will your work still be taken seriously by the public if you self-publish?
Author and poet, C. L. Threatt addresses these and other questions in his latest book, The Write Stuff: How to Produce, Publish and Promote your own Book. C.L. Threatt has self-published 13 books of his own, and in this book, he shows you how you can do the same. This book has helpful information for writers of all skill levels.
In it, you will discover:
- How to write a fiction or nonfiction book
- How to make research fun
- How to handle writer's block
- How to create a cover and title that sells
- How to price your book effectively
- How to market your book
- How to create your own publishing business
These are just a few of the many things you'll learn when you have The Write Stuff. This book will put you on the write path, and is a must-have for anyone who wishes to see their words transformed from an idea to their very own book.