Before a book is sent out to be printed, it undergoes a pre-press production. Typesetting is used to maintain a fine balance bringing refinement to the printed manuscript.
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Writing a book is hard, and so is publishing. You might have approached traditional houses and faced multiple rejections. It’s okay. Happens to most of us. It’s a hard world out there. Now, you have decided to self-publish. I hope you have read up on what all self-publishing includes and how it works. Assuming that, let me tell you the self-publishing mistakes to avoid unless you want to see your book fail (Obviously, no one wants that. So pay attention)
Once you finish your book and put the two most satisfying words, ‘The End,’ after toiling for months, there’s another beginning. It’s called Editing. The most crucial and heart-breaking process for authors. But at the same time, it’s something your book can’t survive without. Writing without Editing is like getting dressed in the dark and stepping out of the house without checking your reflection. Even if you do look down, you will never get the full perspective of how you look.
To prevent all the chaos and disappointment that comes from traditional publishing, authors are more inclined towards the Self-Publishing method. An established author might know some major steps in this field. But, if you are a budding author and looking forward to putting your book out to the world through the Self-Publishing method, here are some key points for you: