Self-publishing: Useful Sites

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From time to time I’m going to suggest other sites that you can gather info from to your great advantage.  I’ve dealt with the people who set up these sites and found them to be respectful of your time, money, energy, not to mention your hopes and dreams — or your book.  I’ve found  them to be savvy and willing to do their best for you.  You will hear from them prompty and they don’t have dollar signs for eyes.

Today it’s Wheatmark.com.  I will mention this company often because it’s so far above the others I’ve worked with.  Remember, I’ve studied this field for over 20 years, back when it wasn’t so well regarded.  Now, as the comedian said, “Everybody wants to get into the act.”  And no wonder, so many of those who’ve tried it after studying it carefully are thrilled.

Also, please check into Wheatmark.com/blog.  This particular set of ongoing blogs comes largely from writers who are self-publishing with Wheatmark.  I never fail to find these blogs interesting and informative, and I believe you will too.

3 Responses to “Self-publishing: Useful Sites”

  1. Book Publishers Says:

    Find the writer’s group that works for you. Do not settle for working with folks who are trying to re-write your work, jockey for position, or show how smart they are by riffing on other’s writing. Find writing friends who believe they are in a mutual mission to raise everyone’s writing to the highest level.

  2. Francine Craft Says:

    Your comments are among the best and most useful I’ve read. I’d like to see you do at least a slim book with this kind of advice. It would save others so much time and heartbreak. I’m sorry for the delay in answering; I didn’t get letter until now.

  3. Francine Craft Says:

    This is to correct an error.

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