Authors get free blog creation and book self-publishing tips

Are you an author who is seeking to create you own blog online?

Are you also seeking to self-publish your own book?

Take advantage of our special cheap website hosting offers HERE.

Then email: to confirm your internet hosting with our sponsoring partner. will then provide you with free advisement on what you need to do manage a successful blog.

If your manuscript is ready for review, will also advise you on its readiness.

Agora's book self-publishing and marketing services incorporates the following twenty critical steps / options designed to support your success as an author:

  1. Manuscript evaluation
  2. Front book cover design (Pre-marketing)
  3. ISBN registration
  4. Books-In-Print registration (Pre-marketing)
  5. Book website or author blog (Pre-marketing)
  6. Copy editing OR Substantive Editing OR Ghostwriting
  7. Professional typesetting - designing internal pages - paperback
  8. Ebook formatting (Kindle, Kobo, Nook and Smashwords)
  9. Completing book cover design (spine and back)
  10. Author interview with videographer (preview of upcoming book)
  11. Specimen copy of book (reviewing typesetting)
  12. Printing and/or Ebook publishing
  13. Book distribution considerations
  14. Getting book(s) available on online booksellers or bricks-and-mortar stores;
  15. News release writing & publishing onto various news sites
  16. Writing and publishing high quality and Google trending newspaper-style articles
  17. Marketing and selling your book(s) through our book expos like Ottawa Book Expo - includes interview with a journalist for our YouTube Channel
  18. Authors readings
  19. Promotional options like our Book Expo America shared authors' booth;
  20. Interviews with bloggers and/or television or radio news reporters
CNET's David Carnoy had written a fabulous article which implores authors who seek to self-publish to be concerned about quality control.

Too many authors these days seem to think that a book is little more work than a homemade laser print job slapped between two covers.  The result of such of an approach is the basis of Mr. Carnoy's assessment that 98% of self-published books are terrible; 1% very good and 1% excellent. will ensure that your book is in the top 1% of excellent books.


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