The Road to Publishing eBook


Have you always wanted to be a published author? It’s within your grasp! There are more options these days than ever before.

Overwhelmed by the terms and business once the book is written? Learn the lingo and answer the questions to decide which path is the right one for your story.

No idea where to start? You’re in the right place! Written in a conversational style, allow me to break down the mystery of book publishing into manageable pieces.

In The Road to Publishing, you’ll discover:

  • Different publishing options
  • Key terms of the trade
  • How to determine your audience
  • Why an editor is important
  • What to consider when pricing your book

It’s a long, twisting road to publishing—don’t let anyone tell you differently. There’s no one path, and the results are as varied as the methods to get there. Before you make a decision affecting your life, you owe it to yourself to do some homework. The Road to Publishing describes options available to you from self- to traditional publishing, providing helpful hints along the way. Through exercises and thought-provoking questions, the path will become clearer. Grab your notebook and let’s get started.

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“The Road to Publishing is a well-written, thorough account of what every author needs to know as they embark upon their writing journey. Faced with myriad challenges along the way, it can be easy for a writer to get lost in the “what next” questions after a manuscript is written. By following the step-by-step breakdown of how to approach the world of publishing, The Road to Publishing provides a detailed map for writers who want their book to succeed. I highly recommend it for any stage of your writing journey, from people considering writing a manuscript to writers who are ready to publish.” -Narielle Living, President, Blue Fortune Enterprises LLC

“What I loved about this book is hands down it’s down to earth ideas (I jotted quite a few down that I want to try out), and the questions for reflection at the end of every chapter. I think it’s best to keep asking yourself important questions about what you want out of your book and how you are going to get it.” – Jordan, Book Blogger

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