Self publishing.........?

United States
May 17, 2009 8:06am CST
Does anyone know how to get self published for free? Or cheap?
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7 responses
@scheng1 (24733)
• Singapore
17 May 09
Hi Queenperk, if you are publishing ebooks, you can try The service is free, they charge on sales. The commission is 20%. You can design your storefront and do your own marketing. If you are thinking of publishing both printed copies and ebook formats, you have to pay a package of $400. The package includes getting the ISBN for your books, and press release to the major online bookstores such as Amazon.
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@alpha7 (1910)
• France
28 Jun 09
If it's DIY i.e do it yourself,you would need a computer,a template for writing books,printing papers and preferably a laser printer.Aply for isbn from your country as well,i think it's free to have one.Don't forget to copyright all your materials.If not,you can just try
@fifileigh (3619)
• United States
19 May 09
yeah. i did it. i self published my novel on i did the whole process on my own. a lot of work. but it felt great when i actually finished. i even designed the covers myself. i did the writing, editing, designed marketing material, etc. check out my novel on lulu. The Sand Dollar by Fifi Leigh. i have many sites to promote it, including lulu. just put the title and name in search, and u will get all the places my book comes up.
@lisakg (26)
• Trinidad And Tobago
18 May 09
You can also try Scribd: It's free to join and you can upload any type of document in PDF, Word, Spreadsheets, Powerpoint. Just sign up and get exposure for your document or ebook.
• United States
17 May 09
Try Not sure, but I think it's free for E-Books however if you want hardcopies, it'll cost you.
@umerali (27)
• Pakistan
17 May 09 is a best site as far as i know they give you different tools which help you building your book cover also help you to promote your book and they have full list of costs of different formats of book it depend upon you what kind of format you want.
@eponiine (141)
• United States
17 May 09
Someone suggested Lulu which is a good choice. You could try cafepress or blurb which seems to have a little more emphasis on creativity.