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Self-Publishing Ebooks and Paperbacks

Guide to Self-Publishing Ebooks and Paperbacks By Sam B Miller II © 2019 This Guide is only for reference and will not substitute for actual experience working with Kindle or similar sites. I have self-published four Ebooks and Paperbacks and created three Audiobooks in the Scifi Genre. You can find them on Amazon and Audible.com  The following guidelines are not an attempt to give legal or other professional advice. The reader makes his or her own decisions. A HARD RULE. If you intend to try and find a brick and mortar publisher for your book, DO NOT publish your completed book anywhere online with Amazon, Smashwords, or any other online site. Publishers want first crack at your book. If it...
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DYI Self-Publishing Checklist

Guide to Self-Publishing Ebooks and Paperbacks By Sam B Miller II © 2019 This Guide is only for reference and will not substitute for actual experience working with Kindle or similar sites. I have self-published four Ebooks and Paperbacks and created three Audiobooks in the Scifi Genre. You can find them on Amazon and Audible.com  The following guidelines are not an attempt to give legal or other professional advice. The reader makes his or her own decisions. A HARD RULE. If you intend to try and find a brick and mortar publisher for your book, DO NOT publish your completed book anywhere online with Amazon, Smashwords, or any other online site. Publishers want first crack at your book. If it...
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The Imagination of the Reader

The Imagination of the Reader   How much should an author leave to the imagination of the reader? Some readers want detail such as 'The rectangular dining room was lit by a small chandelier centered in a high ceiling over a long table covered with a stained tablecloth. The four high-backed, cushioned chairs were mismatched and more suitable for a casual kitchen. Sunlight from eastern facing windows was muted by faded gold-colored drapes.' Other readers like little detail. They fill in the missing descriptions with their mind such as 'The dining room was crowded with a table and four chairs.’ Of course there is an in-between but which approach is favored? My stories have tried both ways of wr...
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