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Ebook Writing as a Profitable Venture by David Justin Smith discusses successful steps for those seeking to publish an Ebook. The book is useful for those seeking to enter the publishing world via Ebooks and for those who are already in the field. The author has provided some insightful information that is beneficial.
I enjoyed how the author briefly mentions and compares a few companies known for Ebooks; Kindle Direct, Smashwords, and Lulu. So much could be said about each, but the author chose a concise approach, keying in on the main comparisons. The information he shared will greatly help anyone seeking publication. Being familiar with the writing platform, I can say wholeheartedly that the information provided is accurate and profitable.
One of the biggest downfalls for new authors is the lack of information. With extensive searching, a lot of knowledge can be found on the internet concerning publishing. To help others avoid wasting time searching the web, the author has created a wonderful tool to kick start anyone into the publishing world.
Many authors are turning to self publishing as a means of success. This book is exactly what the doctor ordered. Even though self publishing is frowned upon by some because of the perceived lack of professionalism, this book is sure to erase that stigma. Authors will feel confident after reading this guide. The tips provided will help them enter the publishing world, confident and proud among other professionals.