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Self-Publishing Do’s and Don’t’s

An excellent article about the ins and outs of self-publishing recently appeared on CNET.com. http://tiny.cc/dw7ngw It’s written by David Carnoy, Executive Editor at CBS Interactive and formerly an editorial director at a dotcom start-up. Most importantly, he wrote a novel called Knife’s Edge which he self-published against the advice of his agent, and lucked out […]

Notes on Publishing Your Book with CreateSpace

You begin by going to the CreateSpace home page and navigate from there. First, you have to become a member and accept their Agreement and Terms of Use, copies of which I have sent separately. You will be put in touch with a CreateSpace Representative who will guide you through the initial stages.  He will […]

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