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tips and tools for writing, publishing, and marketing your book from Amelia & Pete Nikolai (Publisher at HarperCollins Christian Publishing - the parent company of Thomas Nelson and Zondervan)

Month: June 2014

Expertise or Control – Traditional versus Self Publishing

An author fortunate enough to have a book acquired and published by a large traditional publisher will usually be required to sign an agreement that gives the publisher final say over a wide variety of issues include title, format, cover design, word count, price, release date, marketing, sales, distribution, etc.

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Book Sales and Distribution – Traditional versus Self Publishing

One of the biggest advantages of having your book published by a leading traditional publisher is the sales and distribution infrastructure that will get your book into hundreds if not thousands of stores upon release. Self-published authors simply do not have the relationships or infrastructure to do anything similar.

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Free to Succeed – Traditional Versus Self Publishing

Traditional publishers deal with a variety of issues, and some of those issues (e.g., the desire to maintain the perceived value of books by pricing them appropriately) may work against the broadest distribution of books and giving every author the opportunity to be published.

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