Over the years, I have worked with many authors who rejected editing because they had close relatives and/or friends read over their manuscript.
Your title in combination with your cover can make you or break you. The success of your book highly depends on the first impression you give with your cover and title.
Redemption Press authors: Just a friendly head up about ordering your books through the Holidays!
Don’t have your holiday cheer dampened by having to rush. Get your orders in early to have books in your hand for the holidays.
To ensure timely delivery of your books, please place orders according to the following deadlines.
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One of the first steps in writing a book is determining the purpose.
Why are you writing this book?
There are many opportunities for writers to publish a book with "ease," but this oftentimes comes at the compromise of an effective, quality product.
With the advent of DIY publishing where writers can publish their book with the click of a button, many concerns arise.
Unfortunately, many new writers make the mistake of using unprofessional design on the cover and typesetting throughout the interior of the book, which causes their first book to look highly unprofessional.
Around this time of year, you may often see enticing promotions from publishing companies that promise to publish your book by Christmas. Be careful of big promotions like these, and make sure you’re actually getting a professional edit and a quality cover.
Truthfully, being in print by Christmas could be an unrealistic goal, but it really depends on the condition of your book.