Hey there, folks. Design Dude here and I have a confession: I’m not very handy with cars. I can do simple stuff like change air filters and headlights but I never took the time to learn how to do more in-depth maintenance or repairs. It just wasn’t my thing. When I was younger I was kinda embarrassed about my lack of automotive skills but as I got a little older and wiser, I learned a simple and very important truth: no one can be good at everything. This fact is especially true for self-published authors.
Having written a novel, you’re well aware of all the complexities involved. Everything from developing a plot outline to character development to dialogue to pacing. Frankly, it’s not realistic to expect the same person to also be knowledgeable and skilled in proofing, editing, designing cover art, launching a website or blog and managing multiple social media platforms. But since few of us have the financial resources to pay someone else to handle all these tasks, we’ve put together a collection of some of the very best books with all the best insider tips and tricks to help make your book a success. Trust us, if it's not covered in at least one of these books, you don’t need to know it.
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