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Are authors really managing to release quality books without paying for professional editing, design, marketing and other services? Or are you going to have to dig into your savings and fork over thousands of dollars to make sure you release a great book?
How much does it cost to publish a book? To assuage these common concerns, we spoke with several top self-published authors about what they spent to release one of their books. Ready to learn what it really costs to self-publish? Catherine Ryan Howard is author of two travel memoirs, Mousetrapped and Backpackedand a guide to self-publishing, Self-Printed.
She blogs about self-publishing and more at Catherine, Caffeinated. Since she quit her corporate job and published her first book about the experience, Joanna Penn has been a self-publishing powerhouse.
I share resources, tips and tools for writers at WritersBucketList. Remember to think of the cost of self-publishing as an investment, not a cost. All dollar amounts are listed in USD. How much does editing cost?
Editing — which includes developmental editing, content editing, copyediting and proofreading — can make the difference between a good book and great one. For a quality, impactful book, you need more than a proofread or spell-check of a first draft.
To keep costs low, think outside the box and reach into your network. Make the most of your money, effort and time by working with a genre-specific editor who understands your voice and brand.
Not all editors are created equal! I used beta readers from my critique group and authors I knew. She went through it line by line and then she did a proofread afterwards.
I also asked a couple of friends to proofread it. I also rewrote later on with feedback from more editors after publication. For Pentecost, I used five different editors [multiple structural editors, a line-editor and a copyeditor], so that cost the most of all the books.
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