Do It Yourself Publishing

There are several organizations/sites out there. What do think of them? Which ones have you used? In your humble opinion, which one is best? Comment below.
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Wordclay DIY Publishing

We’re focused on publishing books for authors. In fact, our book publishing professionals have more than 100 collective years of experience editing, designing and selling books. This simple, yet highly sophisticated publishing tool was developed with you, the book-savvy author, in mind.

As you familiarize yourself with the Wordclay DIY self-publishing wizard, you’ll come to appreciate the attention to detail that Wordclay affords. And, best of all, you can self-publish as many books as you like…for free, compliments of Wordclay.
In addition to our FREE DIY self-publishing wizard, we also offer a variety of services to help you create, distribute and promote a marketable book.� We realize you could do it all on your own, but we’re here to offer assistance when you just don’t have the time or patience to publish your book alone.

Here are a few of the DIY self-publishing services to help you:

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One thought on “Do It Yourself Publishing

  1. GETTING PUBLISHED THROUGH A “SELF-PUBLISHING COMPANY.”

    Writers are confused and it’s not their fault. In searching for the best way to break into print, they come across self-described “self-publishing companies”. I get emails asking if I can self-publish for writers. That is impossible!

    The problem is that many vanity publishers are calling themselves “self-publishing companies” to make their companies appear legitimate.

    We have been building name recognition for self-publishing for more than 35 years; there are more than 85,000 of us in the U.S. Self-publishers, write, publish and promote their own books.

    According to Wikipedia, Self-Publishing is the publishing of books and other media by the authors of those works, rather than by established, third-party publishers.The only “self-publishing company” is you—by definition. If you contract with a publisher, your book is not SELF-published.

    Now that people know what self-publishing is, we find we have to re-educate the public to the fact that we are the real self-publishers and the other DotCom digital publishers are really just vanity publishers masquerading as us. They are trading on the good reputation we have built.

    On the other hand, there are digital printing companies. Most provide excellent prices, service and quality. They should refer to themselves as “book printers.”

    For information on the choices for breaking into print, get the f-r-e-e Information Kit #2 on Publishing at
    http://parapublishing.com/sites/para/resources/infokit.cfm

    Let’s respect historical and common definitions. Let’s stop confusing people new to the book trade.

    –Dan Poynter

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