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Self-Publishing Tool Kit: A Free Resource For Writers

books, memoirs, novels, self-publishSelf-publishing, once considered a somewhat alternative form of publishing, has gone mainstream. More novels, memoirs, poetry and short story collections, and nonfiction books are self-published these days than are published by traditional presses. Thanks to the boom in digital and print publishing, anyone can see his or her book in print!

Whether you’re deciding whether or not to self-publish, or navigating the tricky waters of creating your finished book, or if you’ve already self-published but want to see if a traditional publisher is interested in your novel or nonfiction book, our Free Self-Publishing Tool Kit will help.

Over the years, we’ve helped many self-published authors submit their books to literary agents; and we can help you too! We write query letters, proofread and format, and research the best-suited literary agents for targeting. For more information about Writer’s Relief, visit our services overview page.

Or just enjoy our free tips and strategies for self-publishing writers!
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Getting Started: Is Self-Publishing Right For Your Memoir, Nonfiction Book, Or Novel?

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The Nuts And Bolts Of Creating A PERFECT Self-Published Book

Congratulations—You’ve Self-Published! How To Market Your Newly Minted Book

How To Write A Query Letter And Find A Literary Agent For Your Self-Published Book

Learn More About Query Letter Writing

There’s a lot of overlap between how you write a query for an unpublished manuscript and how you write a query for a self-published book or novel. To learn more, visit our Tool Kit For Query Letter Writing.

Who Does Writer’s Relief Recommend For Self-Publishing?

Many writers have asked us which self-publishing company we endorse, partly because there are so many self-publishing companies out there that are unethical, unresponsive, and shady. Some self-publishing companies will promise you the moon—and they’ll give it to you all right: as a cardboard cutout. We had so many writers come to us with complaints about bad self-publishers that it breaks our hearts.

Although every writer will have to do research to discover which self-publishing company is best for their work, budget, and expectations, we at Writer’s Relief can confidently recommend our sister company, Self-Publishing Relief.

At Self-Publishing Relief, we have over twenty years of experience working with authors. We respect writers, so we don’t make empty, pie-in-the-sky promises. Here’s what we do promise: We have the expertise to support and guide you through every step of self-publishing an e-book and print book. We will free you from having to do hours of tedious research and technical formatting. And you will have a finished book you can be proud to put your name on.

Sign up for the Self-Publishing Relief newsletter and receive a free copy of Uncovered: The 3 Best Book Cover Secrets! What you need to know before self-publishing.

Uncovered: The 3 Best Book Cover Secrets includes:

  • Design tips to boost your book’s marketability
  • Insider secrets for writing the best back cover book blurb
  • The importance of a flattering headshot

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Closing Notes

recommend this page about self-publishingThis page has been a labor of love to help authors who hope to self-publish. We hope you’ve found it helpful in your quest to self-publish your novel, poetry or story collection, or nonfiction book!

If you liked this page, please do let us know. And let your friends know too. We enjoy knowing that our efforts support the literary community—and it’s encouraging to know that what we’ve done is helpful.

Please take a moment to like, share, email, tweet, or stumble this page! 

And if you’d like to repost any of our articles, you can! Just email info@wrelief.com for details. We wish you all the best in self-publishing your book!

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