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From Idea to Self-Published | Your Free Guide

It’s finally time! Tomorrow, my free guide From Idea to Self-Published will be available to all newsletter subscribers. That’s 60 pages of FREE content outlining how to self-publish your book for you!

(Note: The guide is now LIVE!)

If you’re new to writing and/or self-publishing and are wondering how to self-publish your book, then this guide is for you. If you’ve already self-published several times and know what you’re doing, you probably won’t learn anything new.

Rather than just tell you to sign up and get your freebies, I thought I’d show you what’s inside. Here’s the table of contents:

From Idea to Self-Published | Your Free Guide on How to Self-Publish Your Book

Hi There, My Fellow Writer!

Chapter 1 – What Does ‘Success’ Mean to You?

Chapter 2 – Let Go of Perfection, It Doesn’t Exist

Chapter 3 – Social Media

Chapter 4 – How to Be Professional

Chapter 5 – …But We Were Writing a Book, Weren’t We? Let’s Get to It!

Chapter 6 – The Beautiful Beast that is NaNoWriMo

Chapter 7 – What’s Scrivener?

Chapter 8 – Writing the Blurb (My Nemesis I)

Chapter 9 – Finding a Title (My Nemesis II)

Chapter 10 – The Holy Trinity of Fantasy Writing*

Chapter 11 – Critique Partners and Beta Readers

Chapter 12 – Your Book’s Front Matter

Chapter 13 – Goodreads

Chapter 14 – How to Prepare Your Book Baby for Its Big Day

Chapter 15 – Launch Day and After

Chapter 16 – The Cost of Self-Publishing

Chapter 17 – Time to Register as Self-Employed and Keep Track of Your Taxes!

Chapter 18 – Look After Yourself—Don’t Burn Out

Chapter 19 – Book Recommendations


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