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Changes in the book trade 3

Print on demand and the Long Tail | Changes in the book trade 3

The current situation in the book trade is one of rapid change. It's important for writers to understand what is happening as it will impact on their own chances of getting their work published and how it will be published. This series is looking at the changes in the book trade, with a different focus each week.  Read more

Creative Commons - Mag 08

Creative Commons explained

When WritersServices first covered Creative Commons in Inside Publishing, we felt that we hadn't explained how it worked as clearly as we had hoped to do. We've asked Frances Pinter, who works as a consultant on the project, to help explain this highly significant new approach to the licensing of rights.  Read more

Latest changes in the book trade 3

Print on demand and the Long Tail | Latest changes in the book trade 3

The current situation in the book trade is one of rapid change. It's important for writers to understand what is happening as it will impact on their own chances of getting their work published and how it will be published. This newly revised series will look at the changes in the book trade, with a different focus each week.  Read more

Print on demand

Print on demand – and how it can make more money for you

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Self-publishing

Self-publishing and vanity publishing

There are many reasons for publishing your own work

  • You want a fixed number of copies of a family memoir or perhaps your work on local history
  • You are confident you can sell the quantity you print
  • You haven't time to hang around waiting for a publisher

What, or who, is a publisher?  Read more

Overview – WritersServices Self-publishing

The complete solution to publishing your own work

Self-publishing is an exciting prospect.

  • For many writers self-publishing may be the solution to getting their book into print and putting an end to time-consuming submissions to agents and publishers.
  • But first, do think about whether your book will find an audience.  Do you want a second opinion?
  • WritersServices Self-pub
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