5 Ways a Book Can Boost Your Credibility

5 Ways a Book Can Boost Your Credibility

It’s no secret that if used correctly, writing and publishing a book can be a very powerful marketing tool to boost your credibility; not only for your company but also for you as an author and entrepreneur. In this article, I’m going to share with you 5...
Self-Publish or Publisher: Which is Best For You

Self-Publish or Publisher: Which is Best For You

A debate has raged in the literary community for decades as to whether self-publish or publisher is the best route for authors to take to get their books into the hands of their readers. Both sides of this equation are so evenly matched, it’s very difficult to...
How Much Should It Cost to Self-Publish Effectively?

How Much Should It Cost to Self-Publish Effectively?

I get asked a lot how much does it cost to self-publish a book these days, and there are actually several answers.  There’s the ‘technical’ answer, there’s a minimum answer and there is a recommended answer.  In this article, I’m going to explore those different...
What You Need to Know About Legal Deposits

What You Need to Know About Legal Deposits

Many first-time authors are surprised to learn that Legal Deposits are in fact a requirement that is written into law in many countries… and as a self-publishing author, the responsibility for submitting your Legal Deposit copies falls squarely on your shoulders, as...
How I Wrote My Book with Just 30mins a Day

How I Wrote My Book with Just 30mins a Day

One of the most common questions I hear from first-time authors is “How long does it take to write a book?”  Though many experienced authors, writing coaches and publishers can spout all kinds of rough estimates at you, the realistic answer to that question...
Book Design Secrets from a Professional Book Designer

Book Design Secrets from a Professional Book Designer

Many people, authors and readers alike, find it difficult to comprehend just how important book design is to the success or failure of a book. This is because really good book design is virtually invisible.  It blends seamlessly with the content of a book...