Independent Publishing for Christian Authors: A Guide to the Why, When, and How for Writers

Independent Publishing for Christian Authors: A Guide to the Why, When, and How for Writers

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Length: 76 pages
ASIN: B076HWHW2W

I love Ed's work. Writers of faith will appreciate this straight-talking guide to the ins and outs of the industry. Sarah Bessey says "Every time someone asks me for direction with a book proposal or even publishing as a whole, I always send them to Ed." From the publisher: "This book empowers new and published authors to better understand their publishing options, what to expect from a commercial publisher, and how they can benefit from independent publishing. Taking authors beyond the one-time approach of self-publishing, independent publishing encourages Christian authors to pursue their ministry or creative calling as authors apart from commercial publishing, while empowering them to make better choices when comparing commercial vs. independent publishing."

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Independent Publishing for Christian Authors provides a foundational discussion about the place of independent publishing in the Christian market, its relationship to commercial Christian publishing, and the essential practices that will make an independent book more likely to succeed. This is the first step that many new authors need to consider, or it may be the saving grace of commercially published authors who are stuck and don’t have any commercial publishing options left.

This book empowers new and published authors to better understand their publishing options, what to expect from a commercial publisher, and how they can benefit from independent publishing. Taking authors beyond the one-time approach of self-publishing, independent publishing encourages Christian authors to pursue their ministry or creative calling as authors apart from commercial publishing, while empowering them to make better choices when comparing commercial vs. independent publishing.

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