You don’t need anything fancy to get your Literary or Fusion Fiction novel into print. Here’s the “low budget” way to do it:
A Quick Prep Guide for the Absolute Beginner.
I am by no means an “expert” on independent publishing, but I want new writers to know that it can be done with run-of-the-mill hardware and software.
We’ll be talking about basic need-to-know issues for first-time publishers using a print-on-demand (POD) provider who offers free setup services.
To get your book setup for free, you have to perform all the roles of traditional publishing, including proofreading, content editing, copy editing, and setting type. Figure on its taking 9-18 months after you finish the rough draft to get to publication. It looks like a lot of work, and it is, but don’t let how it looks scare you off. It’s like learning to drive a standard transmission vehicle: itemized on paper, the steps look harder than they really are.
But first things first: getting the story out of your head and onto virtual…
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