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FYI: Most people who visit my website are interested in landing a book deal with a traditional publisher. Getting a book deal is a major challenge. Self-publishing first will not lessen your chances of getting a contract with one of the big boys. That is an old wive's tale. Actually, self-publishing is a good way to get noticed by a major publisher. If your self-published book sells, trust me, they will be watching. More and more publishers (and literary agents) are contacting and offering contracts to authors whose self-published books are selling. It happened to a personal friend of mine. Check out my Should I Self-publish page to learn more.
Here you can learn to do four critical things:
(1) Uncover secrets online publishers don't want you to know.
(3) Bypass vanity publishers and self-publish a quality book without signing a contract.
(4) Or...you can GO FOR THE GOLD (a book deal with a traditional publisher).
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I can show you which publishers to avoid and the few publishers who will provide affordable, professional publishing services without requiring you to sign a contract. I will help you safely navigate what Ron Pramschufer calls "the self-publishing minefield."
A good place to start your free DIY research is:
The Should I self-publish? page. It will give you a quick overview of your publishing options. Remember: self-publishing your book will not hinder you from landing a traditional publishing contract later on.
Read why at: Traditional Publishing Versus Self-publishing.
Read the simple steps to self-publish your book on the How to Self-publish page.
Then go to First Things First and take the first step on your journey to become a published author. Very few first-time authors take this step. Successful people have one unique attribute: they are willing to do what others never get around to.
Updated April 30, 2015