Demystifying Books: The Advantages You Probably Never Thought Of!


“In 44 BC, Cicero, the Roman Republic’s great orator, wrote a book for his son Marcus, called as De Officiis (On Duties). The book portrayed the views of various Greek philosophers – it talked about living a moral life, balancing virtue with self-interest and having an impact.

Litte did Marcus know that this book wouldn’t just change his life, but would renovate the entire Rome! 

De Officiis was read and studied throughout the rise of the Roman Empire and survived the subsequent fall. It shaped the thought of Renaissance thinkers like Erasmus; centuries later it still inspired Voltaire, the famous French philosopher.

“No one will ever write anything more wise”, he said.

Ever wondered what would have happened if intellectuals never documented their studies? How would the world be if our ancestors never shared and propagated their ideas with the succeeding generations?

10 things I wish I knew before publishing my book!

You think writing a book is hard?

Try publishing – it will make writing feel like child’s play.

Publishing a successful book often involves connecting the right dots on writing, editing, design, printing, promotion, and sales.

This can be overwhelming to the uninitiated – you will often feel as if you have walked into a zero degree weather in a swimsuit.

Having the right preparation not only makes the process as painless as possible, it will ensure that you end up with the book you had in mind at the beginning.

Here are 10 things I wish I knew before writing and publishing my book in order ensure best outcomes and minimal hassle through the process 

7 ways a Digital Publisher could add value to your Book

Self-publishing is the new black.

Once stigmatized as a DIY fad, self-publishing is thriving now thanks to the infusion of professionalism and expertise across the board.

If you are still one of the skeptics, here is a newsflash for you – Self-publishing is no longer the last-ditch option but a true leap of imagination.