Ben Galley

Shelf Help: The Pocket Guide to Self-Publishing

“The first truly comprehensive, honest, objective guide to publishing I've seen” – Polly Courtney

Confused and bamboozled by the wide world of self-publishing? Written a book but have no idea how to get it onto shelves? Disillusioned by traditional publishing and want something better? Well, you're in the right place. Shelf Help is the brand new and comprehensive guide to becoming a professional indie author.

This handy little pocket guide will tell you in great detail exactly how to go from manuscript to royalty cheque. With Shelf Help, you'll learn how to self-publish the DIY way – retaining all your rights, royalties, and utter creative control whilst keeping it cheap, quick, and above all, professional.

So whether it's cover design that's foxed you, or eBooks that give you a headache, self-publishing consultant Ben Galley has the answers.

Also featuring interviews with best-selling authors and self-publishing gurus: Hugh Howey, Joanna Penn, and Polly Courtney.
214 printed pages
Original publication



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