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Issues To Consider When You Self Publish
This is part of the series Lively Discussions on Crime Fiction. Since LinkedIn’s group search capabilities have diminished, we’ve provided this summary.
Of the many tasks before your book is published, here are a few relevant discussions for self-publishers.
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Some thoughts about preparing to publish.
How much will it cost to self-publish? (Elliot Roazen)
For those who are self-published, do you print physical copies of your books? (Theresa de Valence)
Cover design and book editing——why they matter! (Steven Miscandlon)
Can a cover sell a Novel? (JL Gregor)
Are you judged by your book cover? (Tara Sparling)
Designing your book's cover (Will Jackson)
How important, do you think, is typography in book cover design? (Tara Sparling)
Which ebook cover works best? (Robert Blechman)
Many people cross genres in their writing, but selecting the right ones is important.
Although it’s difficult to find an audience with a self-published book, price can be a liberating factor.
What's the perfect price for a Kindle book? (JL Gregor)
The internet is a dangerous place.
An audacious act of plagiarism (Lindsey Russell)
E-book woes. Look who's selling my ebook…or giving it away. (Mary Ann Unger)
Audio books are becoming very popular.
Authors, consider audiobooks! (Susan Keefe)
Let’s talk Audiobooks... how to produce rather than reading (Robert Jacobs)
How do you go about finding a reliable audio producer? (John Mahoney)
Love to hear your experiences with Kindle Countdown Deals (Stephen Hazlett)
Using the Kindle Scout Program (Jim Jackson)
So, what's your experience so far with Kindle Scout? Carol Verberg)
Let’s not forget getting paid!
Any difficulty getting paid by Amazon? (Roger Price)
The answer is: The Author Can Never Be Sure That They Have Been Paid All Royalty Money Due Them (Anna Flowers Brotemarkle)