While writing is an important aspect to book publishing, it's only one part of the publishing process. And, authors sometimes fail to realize this key fact.
Without a doubt, if you plan to publish a book, you'll certainly have your work cut out for your once you finish your manuscript. But, the work is just beginning, and very little of that work will involve further writing (although an editor may see the need of rewriting parts of your manuscript).
The book publishing process can get frustrating at times, especially if you're a first-time author. But, don't fret, MarketingNewAuthors.com (MANA) is here to help you!
MANA has created Before You Publish: A Book Publishing Checklist that contains a series of thought-provoking questions for you to review before you publish your work. The questions are on a wide variety of topics, including self-publishing or traditional publishing, design and graphics, and marketing and promoting the book. Spaces are provided for you to write your answer to the question and put a checkmark in the box after completing the item.
Handling the non-writing aspects of book publishing may not be as enjoyable as writing the manuscript, but it's necessary and must be done—and done well—if you want to be successful in selling your book.
Do you have questions about book publishing? Contact MANA at email@example.com or call: 734-975-0028.
For more information on MANA's self-publishing plans, go HERE or call MANA to discuss traditional book publishing.