What is the best way to print self-publish?
I been exploring the best way to self-publish (print not digital) and thought I would get input from other writers on HP.
I hear that createspace.com is really good for self-publishing. It's print on demand and it's run through Amazon so you can get it listed there. Since it's print on demand there is very little cost to you.
I agree with nochance. Createspace is a good vehicle to self publish paperbacks and kdp.amazon.com for the kindle version. Personally i think aaron shepards website can be a tremendous resource. His books are excellent too. newselfpublishing.com (i have no business interest here)
I use CreateSpace for five years and have been completely happy with their service. I think the site is easy to use and the representatives are always helpful if you have questions or concerns.
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