What Every Author Should Know

No Matter How You Publish

Non-Fiction - Writing/Publishing
206 Pages
Reviewed on 02/03/2015
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

What Every Author Should Know: No Matter How You Publish by Deb Vanasse throws light on the publishing aspect of books and gives valuable information on how to navigate the publication process and get a book in front of readers. The tips, advice and strategies shared by the author are very useful and guide readers step by step on all aspects of publishing a book and making it a success. The author covers the topics extensively and expansively, leaving no room for any doubt in the minds of those who are looking to publish their book.

The book is very well written. The author has handled the topic well, making it easy for readers to understand more about the publishing world. The author's experience as a writer and a publisher also works to her advantage as she knows the ups and downs of going through the publishing process. It's a book worth owning for those who are into writing and publishing their books as it can be used as a reference guide. From getting the manuscript ready to publishing and marketing the book, the author has all the answers a writer is looking for.

The book also has suggestions on how to avoid making mistakes while going through the entire process, and how to handle life as an author. The author makes the steps of writing, revising, editing and getting a book ready very exciting.