Publishing can be stressful.
Here are some tools that can help.
I get so many questions about the publishing process that I decided to create a resource list that I will be adding to over time. Remember, once you publish your first book, you'll be a pro!
Writing a book takes time. When you finally cross the finish line it's time to hand your book over to an editor. Editing your book is one of the most important parts of the process to becoming a published author. Here is a list of great editors who can take your book from finished to awesome.
Qat Wanders - Qatwrites@gmail.com
Rachel McCracken - www.chasingkites.com
Christine Van Zandt - write-for-success.com
Book Works - John Nelson - johnnelsonbookworks.com
Savannah Gilbo - www.savannahgilbo.com
Jessi Rita Hoffman -www.jessiritahoffman.com
Arlene Prunkl - www.penultimateword.com
Michael Mohr - www.michaelmohrwriter.com
Ashley Conner - www.ashtheeditor.biz
Barbara Curialle - reedsy.com/barbara-curialle
Lynne Glasner - email@example.com
Sofia Ashdown - editingforindieauthors.com
Shirley Fedorak - shirleyfedorak5.wixsite.com/mysite-1
Jon Harrison - firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlie Wilson - landmarkeditorial.com
Julie Gray - www.juliegray.info
Sandra Wendel - www.sandrawendel.com
Mary Kole - marykole.com/
Elizabeth Buege - elizabethbuege.com
Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum - email@example.com
William Dino - www.redtoblackediting.com
You've finished your book, it's been edited, formatted and you have brand new cover art ready to show the world. Now what's next? If you are self-publishing your book, the process of getting your book off your hard drive and into the hands of your readers can be stressful and intimidating. Below are a few great tutorials to guide you on your way.