Sometimes making arrangements for a trip can be frustrating. Aunt Martha only receives visitors between 10:00 and 11:00 in the morning. But that's exactly when the presentation you really want to see at the museum is showing. Trying to make arrangements so all the details fall into place may make you wonder if the trip is worth … Continue reading Self-publishing: making arrangements
Do you make lists when you're preparing for a trip? I do, even if only in my mind. I think about specific things I need to do before I leave. I figure out what I should wear for each day or function, and I write down items I'll need that I might forget to bring … Continue reading Self-publishing: double-checking
It's pretty easy to get by with plastic in your pocket these days, but most people anticipating a trip are wise to at least estimate expenses. Before you self-publish a book, you'll want to consider the costs. From the start, you should be aware of some terms and options. It used to be that if you wanted to … Continue reading Self-publishing: expenses
Many self-published authors will share their expertise with you--for a fee. I don't claim to be an expert. In fact, I acknowledge being a total novice. But I'm sure other writers will appreciate hearing about my self-publishing experiences and learning along with me. My self-publishing journey is in the packing stage. I'm working on getting the manuscript … Continue reading Self-publishing: packing
As I make my way through my self-publishing venture, I hope to share some brief posts with online advice that might benefit other writers. Today I'm working on the copyright page, and I found this page providing six examples of copyright page disclaimers for different types of books.