Self-Publishing Tips from an Expert: Debbie Young

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CATHERINE RYAN HOWARD

It’s downright easy these days to self-publish. Companies such as Amazon KDP, Smashwords and CreateSpace are cheap and easy to use, and if you can’t figure them out there’s a wealth of helpful information online that’ll steer you in the right direction. Producing a good looking self-published book and doing it professionally has probably never been easier. But one thing is getting increasingly difficult: selling copies of that book. In a world where new books arrive by the second and readers are faced with more choice than ever before, selling even a handful of books is far from easy. Today we have an interview with Debbie Young, author of Sell Your Books!, who I hope will share some of her top tips with us…

Me: First of all, thank you for sending me a copy of Sell Your Books! I was most impressed with it because as you know I…

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