Have your ever had a book published?
If so when and what was it called?
How about try to publish your book online. You don't need to pay any fee to get your book published! The world can read your book online to decide if they want to have a print copy. People only need to pay to get the book printed on demand.
I believe that every person has his/her own story to tell and has the motion to publish a book, but in reality, the traditional publishers are very critical and only want to publish books they think can earn money for them.
So it always difficult for young or non-experienced authors to get their books published,
Fortunately, we live now in the age of Internet, bookemon.com is a website which uses the edge technology and allows you to upload/edit/publish your book online without downloading any additional software and all controlled by your self.
If you are ambitious, you can purchase an ISBN number and barcode for your book for 50$ only. With that you can market and sell your books to the world through major booksellers like, Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, and Borders.
You can allow your friends read your book online. And when the others buy a copy of your book, you can earn a piece of royalty.
Overall, it's all by yourself and you don't need see any one else's eyes to allow you do so.
Start from here:
by Mandeeadair 8 years ago
How did you have your book published?For all those Hubbers who have published books how did you do it? Did you get an agent? Self publish? e-book?
by Nate Ahern 6 years ago
Have you written a book, or do you want to write a book?If you've written a book, tell us about it. If you haven't but want to, what do you want to write about? If you've broken through and actually gotten published (not self-published), what was it like?
by Linda 5 years ago
How do you go about having a book published?I've been looking into publishing companies. I've noticed some want money up front and some don't. What are the steps to publishing? What happens once you submit a manuscript? Does anyone know the step by step process?
by Steve Andrews 7 years ago
For the benefit and as a warning for all those people here who think that getting a book published by a proper publisher is going to help you make a lot of money and your key to success let me share my recent very disappointing experience. Last October my book Herbs of the Northern Shaman was...
by Harvey Stelman 8 years ago
I understand that you are not supposed to self promote on Hub, but someone in management said it would be alright. Hopefully my book will inspire other Hubbers to write their own book. Hub can get known as, "the site where writers are born!" But I digress to my book.It is a story that my...
by TeddyBrown 8 years ago
How would I go about gettin' my book published???Thank you very much for all of your helpful tips, I appreciate it more then you know! I apologize for demanding sOoO much of your time, but I have just one more question for you. I just successfully finished writing a book that I've been dedicated to...
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