By Robert Lee Brewer
The 2015 advisor to Self-Publishing is the fundamental source for writers who're taking their publishing futures into their very own palms, no matter if it is known as self-publishing or indie publishing.
In addition to 1000s of listings for freelance editors, designers, self-publishing businesses, and more--the Guide to Self-Publishing deals articles on easy methods to create standout covers, lease freelance designers, holiday in to the reward industry, defend your paintings, advertise your paintings, and more.
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Charlie Pabst specializes in designing book covers and formatting his clients’ books at Charfish Design. Before he’ll work with a client, he requires a manuscript to be completely ready. Pabst says, “I let clients know that their book should be entirely and 100 percent ready to go. It needs to be proofread, edited, fact-checked, and whatever else needs to happen to it content-wise. Anything that happens to the content after the book has been designed might actually alter the design. Page breaks move.
Alicia Kat Vancil lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, two very crazy studio cats, and nine overfull bookcases. When not running amuck in the imaginary worlds within her head, Kat can usually be found performing, watching anime, or hanging out in Twitter chats. WHY AND HOW TO HIRE A FREELANCE EDITOR by Kit Cooley Many writers don’t feel they need to have a professional editor look at their work before they begin sending it out to an agent, a publisher, or to the printer. Even a well-written piece can contain some errors.
An editor can help you to polish your manuscript no matter how you decide to publish, whether through traditional publishing or by self-publishing. An edited manuscript, free of typos, looks better to publishers and readers. First impressions are important. When I worked on staff as an assistant editor for an independent publisher, I had the task of wading through the slush pile. The cover letter scribbled in red marker pen, the smudged copy, and the manuscripts full of typos were some of the first submissions to be discarded.