How to Publish Print Books
Today’s author should publish print books. Make your titles available in as many forms as possible. You can offer readers a professionally produced print book equal to the traditionally published print book.
A variety of options are available. Choose from trim sizes with black and white or color interiors, cover finishes, and even hardback editions complete with fancy book covers.
Why You Should Publish Print Books
Nonfiction authors, in particular, benefit greatly from physical copies of books. Published print books can be offered at online venues as well as speaking appearances.
Fiction authors also should also publish print books. Many fiction readers today still prefer print books, especially for gift giving or collectible editions. A published print book is a low-cost effort that increases your book’s discoverability–and saleability.
This coaching call provides a pro-and-con look at your print publishing options available, from free to pay-to-play services. You’ll receive step-by-step set-up tips for interior manuscript formating, cover creation techniques, and more.