It’s time for us to lift the curtain on some major changes here at Pressbooks! We’ve spent a lot of time over the last month doing some much-needed maintenance across the platform, including theme improvements and changes to the user experience for institutions using single-sign on technology. These past weeks also included important work on
As an independent author you now have the power to self publish in many markets. But that power doesn’t come with a handy set of instructions.
That’s why we’ve prepared these handy infographics to simplify self publishing.
The guides will show you how to self publish an ebook, how to self publish on Amazon and how distribute your book through other e-retailers and print-on-demand.
If you’ve never self published an ebook before, start here, with our Illustrated Guide to Self Publishing. It breaks down the steps involved from start to finish.
More than likely, you’ll want to include Kindle in your ebook publishing plan because it corners a large chunk of the digital reading market. Here’s how to publish an ebook on Amazon.
But you might not want to stop there. After you submit to Amazon, here are some other places you may want to distribute your book.
You might even be wondering whether you should self publish at all, in which case our infographic comparing Traditional vs. Self Publishing may be useful.
To learn more about how to make a book, download our free ebook, The Pressbooks Guide to Self-Publishing.