Thanks to technology, getting your work published is easier than ever... or is it?
Writing and publishing a book is one of the most powerful marketing strategies any creative entrepreneur can undertake. Although the Internet has created new publishing opportunities galore, it's also created a new breed of publisher that may (or may not) make it easier to make a living (or have a profitable hobby) as a creative entrepreneur.
This handbook explores various options to get your work published. You'll also discover tips to give you the edge when you evaluate publishing opportunities, how to easily spot scams, little known (but profitable) markets that will augment your income, and much more.
Armed with a little industry savvy, creative entrepreneurs can not only make a good living, they can save hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars by avoiding scams, hooks, lines, and sinkers lurking in the current publishing environment.
Beth Ann Erickson is the Queen Bee of Filbert Publishing, editor of Writing Etc., the zine for creative entrepreneurs, author of a dozen titles, copywriter, and marketer. You can keep up with her antics at FilbertPublishing.com