How To Publish A Book

How to publish a book

It’s not 3000 BC.

Flatten and smack the stack of the papyrus plant, add your effort on top of that.

Your smooth & flexible, writing material is born. Accepts and retains ink even without a blur or smudge. Now, revolutionize the literary world.

Wait, WHAT?

We’re not in Ancient Egypt.

Step in this portal (O), to get back in this timeline. Whip!

This was the way people used to craft the ancient papyrus paper, which was the method on how to write and publish your books. Successfully, the process never stopped evolving.

“The development of writing has been a long process that underwent a lot of experimentation and cycles of new methods replacing the old. Different materials dominated distinct regions and eras, and clay was used heavily in the river plains of Mesopotamia. That’s where it is believed writing books was born. Then papyrus dominated the history of written documents”.

How to make your book a Best-seller

 

Anyone can write a book, but not everyone can write a best-selling book. There are hundreds of ways for someone to successfully write a best-seller. Best-selling authors like Stephen King, John Green, and J.K. Rowling are all different, and their expertise on book writing doesn’t match, however, could there be a secret formula to getting your book to be a best seller? Definitely. Here are some excellent writing advice that most best-selling authors have been using to help you write your best-selling gem.

Anatomy of your Book Cover

Your book’s cover is your best and most probably the only chance to persuade the prospective reader to pay attention to your book. This is true for both online and offline sales.

Great covers draw reader’s attention, arouse an emotional response, hint at the genre, theme, and style of the content, and showcase the overall desirability of the book. A well- designed cover assures the reader about the quality and worthiness of the content inside. The key to a successful cover is to maintain harmony and cohesiveness among the cover elements to achieve overall impact.