With so many new avenues for publishing and distribution, books (both print and digital) remain a popular choice for repurposed material. Are you considering self-publishing a book? This post is part 2 in a five part series exploring five things you need to know to do it right.
In this post, Ally E. Peltier, an editor, writer, and publishing consultant formerly of Simon & Schuster explores the three main avenues for bookselling: retail establishments (otherwise known as “brick and mortar” stores), the Internet, and “back of room” sales (those sold at events). Which is right for your book project?
Visit the ASBPE blog for the full post. Thank you to Steven Roll and the American Society of Business Publication Editors for inviting me on as a guest blogger. Stay tuned for new posts in this five-part series.
Founder of The Writer’s Ally, Ally E. Machate is a bestselling book collaborator, award-winning editor, and expert publishing consultant who loves using her insider knowledge and experience with the publishing industry to lead serious authors toward success. She and her team live to help make great books happen, whether that means showing a writer how to improve a manuscript, get an agent, or self-publish; or coaching an author on growing her platform to sell more books. Since 1999, she has supported hundreds of authors on their publishing journey and takes pride in serving as their books’ best ally.