Create it with CreateSpace: A guide to self publishing your by Joel Adams

By Joel Adams

Note: The Kindle model of this booklet comprises complete colour photos most sensible considered on colour units akin to the Kindle hearth or Kindle for PC


This ebook presents complete colour pictured tutorials for each step of the method to self submit your booklet with CreateSpace.

Publishing a paperback ebook was a frightening, pricey job. such a lot of authors easily hand over attempting sooner than they've even all started as the inspiration of having over the hump of being released is simply too complicated.

Enter CreateSpace, via Amazon. CreateSpace is an internet site the place you possibly can put up your paperback to and different outlets completely loose! Your publication is outlined "on demand" and so if you generate profits, Amazon makes cash, a win-win!

This publication serves as a consultant to take your ebook from the "baby stages" all of the solution to getting your e-book released and on the market online!

This booklet offers complete colour pictured tutorials for each step of the method. the educational require Microsoft note (2007 model is utilized in the pictures).


-How to enroll in CreateSpace

-Getting your unfastened ISBN number

-Formatting your inside utilizing Microsoft Word

-Uploading your inside dossier to CreateSpace

-Designing a canopy utilizing Adobe Photoshop or CreateSpace's unfastened hide Creator

-Uploading your conceal file

-Setting your booklet expense and calculating your royalties

...And every thing else you want to understand to get your book

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