Your book royalties depend on book sales and your distribution model. Here’s how to determine your author royalties when you self-publish a book.
A bookstore sell sheet (also known as one sheet) presents vital book data bookstores need to order your book and are a great promo tool. See examples here.
When you reach the interior layout stage, it’s time for your book to get set up correctly for the printer. See what that means and how to avoid costly mistakes.
View a selection of well-designed self-published book covers. The best book covers go beyond look and feel, and should include a smart packaging strategy.
Get up to speed on tech terms related to publishing a book, such as responsive web design, download, operating system, and address bar.
Learn book marketing lingo, including terms such as author platform, book review, book trailer, and media kit.
When you’re publishing a book, a lot of questions crop up, such as “How many copies should I print?” The answer? It depends on goals, marketing, and budget.
The quality and originality of illustrations in a children’s book can make or break its success. Here’s how to choose and work with a professional illustrator.
Learn how to use Microsoft Word Track Changes during the editing process to keep or discard suggested changes. Use these best practices for a clean manuscript.
Learn what a Library of Congress Control Number (LCCN) is, how to get one, whether you’re eligible for a number, and where to display the LCCN in your book.