There is so much more to publishing a book than just writing a story.
Ask any author today about their publishing experience and you’re sure to get an earful, no matter what path they took. Self-published and traditionally published authors will all have a wild ride kind of tale to tell.
First, let me just say: If you’ve taken the time to write the story, and then to rewrite it once or twice, spent months self-editing before sending it off to someone else to edit, then presented it to beta readers and made a few more changes before getting to this point, then I know you’ll want the rest of this process to be as pain free as possible.
Hank Quense has provided the perfect piece of the puzzle for authors who are serious about producing polished, professional work, without having to jump through unnecessary hoops or getting swindled out of their hard-earned money. And, he’s written these instructions in simple to follow steps in The Complete Self-publishing Guide available on Amazon. (4.5 out of 5 stars!)
Some self-publishing options available have instructions that can be confusing and frustrating, like Smashwords’ Meat Grinder. With Hank’s simple instructions, these potential road blocks are avoided and authors are able to publish with confidence.
If you’re an author with a manuscript and plans to publish today, tomorrow or in the future, Self-Publishing Guides by Hank Quense will help make your dreams of publishing success a reality.
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