Joanna Penn is a successful author who has self-published and shares her thoughts about this – read her webpage about this at http://www.thecreativepenn.com/publishing/: I’m recommending this page as it is a kind of portal page with lots of links to online resources. A comparison of publishing a full-colour hardback with CreateSpace or IngramSpark is at https://emikopetersonyoon.com/tag/createspace/. Please […]
Three Possible Routes to Publication
In 2016 I published my own book. I spent quite a bit of time looking into the different ways this can be done. My conclusion is that there’s a tension between cost, control and quality. It’s up to personal attitude, your finances and standards what route you’ll choose. The bottom line for some people is the […]
It’s up to you how far you want to go with your research. Do you just want to do your family history? Then it would be great to join online forums and particularly the ones that are directly connected with the families you’re interested in. However, if you want to do research abroad, then funding […]
You’ve written the book – what next?
You’ve written the book – the next step is getting it to readers, whether via bookshops, online or digital download. Generally depending on which route to publication is chosen, there is a trade off between control and cost. You should consider also whether you want your book in hardbook, paperback or ebook and how important […]