Category Archives: Publishing

Publishing on Kindle

Re-posted 1.6.2015 I found it very easy to publish my book on Kindle, in fact I cant think why I had not done it before as my finished book had been sitting around for 12 months. Basically you add it … Continue reading

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A Self-Publisher’s Guide to Kobo

Molly Greene author of Mark of the Loon has as very informative post on here website about publishing on Kobo, which is another alternative to Amazon and Smashwords. If you’re wondering, “What’s a Kobo?” Here’s the backstory: Kobo entered the … Continue reading

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Get your novel printed in four days with Create Space

I must admit that I was not expecting such a brilliant service from Amazon Create Space. I ordered my proof copies just a few days ago, they are now sitting in front of me. That was just 4 days from … Continue reading

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Proof Copy of Vantastic France

Vantastic France is now officially in print, well the proofing version. At only £3.00 a copy I thought it best to order 3 copies of the proof, so I can lend a couple out for other to check it over. … Continue reading

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Going to Print With Amazon Create Space

After some sound advice on Dragos Roua‘s Blog about self publishing, I finally managed to go through the process of getting my novel ready to print.

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Self-Publish On Amazon, Kindle And iBookStore

After publishing my novel Vantastic France as an Amazon Kindle e-book, I now what to take it a step further and go to print, as obviously not everyone has a Kindle and a few friends have requested a paperback version … Continue reading

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Would you buy Fantastic France in Paperback

I am think about publishing my book in paperback, as I feel there is a limited market with just Kindle. If you have not bought Vantastic France because you do not have a Kindle, would you be tempted to buy … Continue reading

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