So you’ve got a book finished and every query letter to the traditional publishers have been returned with no interest. You know you have the next bestseller but no one else seems to recognize your potential. A few friends have gotten published using the Print on Demands but they’re too expensive.
Your dream of being published free dwindled with the last return you received from the publishing house you just knew would be interested.
Let’s face it, you are cheap. If you can’t get it for free, why bother. You’re vigilant about not paying to be published.
That is the same attitude that has made many rich and famous, that stick to it, there’s got to be a way, that pit bull attitude makes it impossible to fail.
You are the reason for gathering this information. You’re just like me. There are places you can get published for free on the internet, if you know about them and how to use them; if you know what their advantages and disadvantages are.
The first step is to know what you want. Do you want to have a book printed? How much money do you want to make? Do you want to make a living writing and publishing books? Will you build a business around your book idea, or become a coach?
Definitely, some questions to think about. The clearer the picture you have about what you want and where you want to go, getting into print for free is the easy part.
Whether you invest a small fee or no fee, without a plan it won’t matter, your book will either sit on a shelf or in cyber space for you to go in and look at every now and again.
Make your plan, polish your manuscript, assess your choices of publishers, select from your publish for free resources and you are on your way:
Once you have selected your publishing option, the next step would be to begin putting your marketing plan together. Sign up for free Publishing Success Strategies at www.telecafepublishing.com