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  • PLAN FOR SUCCESS

    Prepare files for book - graphic designer

    TIPS FOR FICTION WRITERS PREPARING FILES FOR PRINT-ON-DEMAND OR EBOOK SALES

    1. You should have at least three novels (50,000+ words) either already written or planned to be published to maximize your chances of earning a full-time income.
    2. At least three of your books should be in the same genre (even as a series) so you can brand your books and build a loyal customer base. (You can publish other books later in different genres).
    3. Each book must be well-written, unique and professionally edited and proofread before delivering the manuscript to the graphic designer for professional formatting.
    4. Each book cover can be planned by you or someone else, but should be professionally produced by a graphic designer.

    FYI – Research the fiction book categories for your choice, even before you write your manuscript. Assess the competition. The more specific the category, the more likely the success.

    TIPS FOR NON-FICTION WRITERS PREPARING FILES FOR PRINT-ON-DEMAND OR EBOOK SALES

    1. You should have at least three books either already written or planned to be published to maximize your chances of earning a full-time income.
    2. At least three of your books should be in the same niche or category so you can brand your books and build a loyal customer base. (You can publish other books later in different categories).
    3. Each book should solve a particular problem or provide solutions for your readers.
    4. Each book must be well-written, unique and professionally edited and before delivering the manuscript to the graphic designer for professional formatting.
    5. Each book cover can be planned by you or someone else, but should be professionally produced by a graphic designer.

    FYI – Research the non-fiction book categories for your choice, even before you write your manuscript. Assess the competition. The more specific the category, the more likely the success.

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