Dan Poynter’s Self-Publishing Manual: How to Write, Print and Sell Your Own Book

The Self-Publishing Manual, more effectively and successfully than any other book, has turned writers with an idea into successful authors with books by providing solid, usable information in clear, concise, readable lanugage. This is not the stuff of theory, it is the product of hard-earned experience.The bible on self-publishing. Highly recommended by virtually everyone in the industry — even other authors of books on the subject (many of whom probably followed the advice in Poynter’s previous 11 editions).

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  1. Don’t jump into self-publishing without this manual! If you have ever felt that self-publishing is similar to jumping out of a plane without a parachute, have no fear! “The Self-Publishing Manual” is your parachute! On your way to “landing” your first published book, you will learn everything you need to know. 

  2. Publish Profitably Publishing can be a tough business, but with the advice of Dan Poynter you can make your book a profitable reality. ‘The Self-Publishing Manual’ includes great nuts-and-bolts advice and lots of helpful resources for getting your book written, produced and distributed. 

  3. How to be rich and famous. Or at least rich. Maybe. Poynter is the guru of a certain type of self-publishing author: The writer/hustler who is interested, first and foremost, in making money — lots and lots of money — not merely in making information available and earning enough back to make the effort worthwhile. I’ve done a certain amount of self-publishing over the past couple of decades (mostly genealogical research materials and local history), and while I’m always interested in what he has to say, I’ve frankly never found a lot of useful…

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