Self-Publishing Questions Asked & Answered

In January, Outskirts Press President Brent Sampson released his latest book involving the self-publishing industry, titled Self-Publishing Questions Asked & Answered: The Official Book Publishing FAQ for Independent Writers Seeking Professional Book Publication.

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The book is comprised of three parts. Part one defines self-publishing and identifies the advantages of self-publishing today. It also describes the differences between independent self-publishing, full-service self-publishing, and so-called “free” self-publishing.

Part two breaks down the publishing process by answering basic questions involving BISAC codes, pricing, editing, ISBNs, copyright, and more.

Part three focuses on book marketing by identifying the important components of a book marketing plan, naming twenty effective marketing tactics, five steps toward getting Amazon book reviews, and a number of highly recommended and vetted book contests.

The book is available in paperback from Amazon and Barnes & Noble for $9.95, and will soon be available on the Kindle and Nook.

Visit the official webpage here:

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In 2002, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Semi-Finalist Brent Sampson founded Outskirts Press, a custom book publishing solution that provides a cost-effective, fast, and powerful way to help authors publish, distribute, and market their books worldwide while leaving 100% of the rights and 100% of the profits with the author. Outskirts Press was incorporated in Colorado in October, 2003.
In his capacity as the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Marketing Officer, Brent is an expert in the field of book publishing and book marketing. He is also the author of several books on both subjects, including the bestseller Sell Your Book on Amazon, which debuted at #29 on Amazon’s bestseller list.

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