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Marilyn Ross is an internationally acclaimed self-publishing authority who has helped thousands of authors sell millions of books. She has been quoted in a multitude of magazines including Publishers Weekly and Newsweek, and has appeared on scores of radio and TV shows, including NPR's All Things Considered.
Sue Collier has an extensive background in writing and editing having ghost-written a half-dozen books and edited hundreds more. The two have been collaborating for the past 15 years on a myriad of projects, but most recently focused their efforts on Self-Publishing Resources, a writing, marketing, and publishing consulting firm that assists authors in surpassing their personal and professional publishing goals.
Gave me the information and confidence to achieve the dream of publishing an entertaining and thought-provoking novel. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Alton King
Their is a lot of good info here for anyone who wants to publish their own book.Copyright-no problem. ISBN number-no problem. etc, etcPublished 5 months ago by jesse hite
Chock full of important information that was presented in an upbeat fashion. WalterPublished 12 months ago by boppis
This book is one of the best guide for anyone want to self-publishing their workPublished 13 months ago by Yitzhak Goldspurs
Most books, I'm content to read it from the library and make notes. This book had so many resources and so many notes that I had to buy the book after getting it from the library... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sonya Contreras
An excellent resource for anyone starting out and in the process of producing a book, and one you will constantly revisit.
Patrick Collins / JQ. Read more
A lot of stuff. More than I need in some areas, less in some others. So I did get some new info. But it was a little skimpy on book manufacturing. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Free advice
pick it up when it was free, to try and help myself publish some of my cheap romance novels. the jury is still out. Read morePublished on October 26, 2013 by Amazon Customer