Your Book In Print: How Custom Publishing Can Work For You
Packed with valuable tips from publishers and success stories from authors, this resource will prepare you to pursue the custom publishing option—and to fulfill your dream of becoming an author.
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Chapter 8 PrePublication Promotion
Chapter 9 How to Market Your Book
Chapter 10 Creating a Demand for Your Book
Chapter 11 Making Your Book Available
Chapter 12 Getting the Most Out of the Media
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