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The nuts-and-bolts of self-publishing

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Self-publishing is on many aspiring authors' lips as they decide how to bring their work to fruition. But how do you actually self-publish? What is involved with it and what are the steps? My last two posts have discussed the rise of self-publishing and considering whether it is right for you. Now let's dive into the nuts-and-bolts. Some brave souls or DIY type people might truly self-publish: that is create a publishing company, find an editor, find a typesetter, find a printer, contact Amazon, etc. This is all possible, but most people use a self-publishing partner like Kindle Direct,  IngramSparkSmashwords, or many others. For this post, let's assume you want to use a self-publishing partner so as not to reinvent the wheel.

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