Getting Started for Authors Tip: Thinking About Book 2…
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Author Tip Transcript
While it might feel insane to think about a second book while challenging yourself to finish your first book… when you have a purpose for your book, an audience to reach, thinking about moving some information into a second book as you are already writing, will save you a ton of time later.
During the editing process of a first book, an author might come across components and/or copy which might be worthy of expansion and that seed of an idea, could translate into a second book. Once that seed is planted, an editor can pull bits of content and notate it for the author to delve deeper into later.
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Regardless of where you are searching on the Internet you are going to find major discrepancies in the price of services. On one website you’ll see to expect to pay $5 for a book cover and on another website you’ll see $5,000. These ranges can be utterly overwhelming and stop a new author dead in their tracks from proceeding forward.
The information in this guide is based on the cost of producing your book going down a self-publishing path. These numbers are based entirely on our personal experience in helping dozens of authors navigate this space.
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