I’ve also taught Self Publishing for the past five. My students are varied. Some are writing their first book or a collection of short stories, and some are authors who’ve got the rights back to their works and want to see their novels distributed in print and digitally, to libraries, bookshops and through etailers such as Amazon, iBooks, Barnes & Noble, etc.
So, if you have a memoir or collection of stories you want to see printed and bound, consider self-publishing. Instead of having to order 1000 copies (to bring the cost down) that you then have to hand-sell, I can help you navigate the publishing process so that your book is available through book shops, libraries and for you to sell, yourself, for as little as a baguette and a cup of coffee per copy.
Another great advantage to this method is that you can update your files whenever you want so that the newest version is always available to family and other customers, worldwide.
I’ve loved seeing so many diverse projects develop from an idea into a wonderful book.
These are three of the seven volumes of memoirs I’ve self published on my father’s behalf using a hard cover version through Ingram Spark.
Here are some paperback copies of my novels that I formatted and self-published using Ingram Spark so that they are available from the Book Depository, libraries and bricks and mortar bookshops worldwide.
A sample of the interior of a self-published book using Ingram Spark.