18 Resources for Publishing your Book

Jul 1st, 2010 | By Allison | Category: Featured

Here at After Graduation, I talk about freelance writing mostly for the online market. That is, you have clients that hire you to write ebooks, articles, blog posts, press releases, or other types of media to get posted online. There’s a whole other world out there, though - book publishing. Print media in the form of magazines and newspapers might be slowly dying, but thousands of books still get published every year.

I’m not an expert in this area. I’d love to publish a print book someday, but it’s not my top priority right now. Since I don’t have any experience in book publishing, I’ve created a list of resources where you can find information about it. These are all awesome writers, so give ‘em a lookie if you have publishing aspirations.

  1. A Victoria Mixon’s Publishing Category
  2. About Freelance Writing’s Publishing Category by Anne Wayman
  3. Advanced Fiction Writing by Randy Ingermanson
  4. An Introduction to Writing for Print at All Freelance Writing by Catherine L. Tully
  5. The Blood-Red Pencil
  6. The Bookwright’s Publishing Category by Tom
  7. Business by the Book’s Publishing Category by Sophfronia Scott
  8. Edittorrent by Alicia and Theresa
  9. Fiction Matters
  10. Fiction Writing at About.com by Ginny Wiehardt
  11. How to Write a Book by Diana Scimone
  12. How to Write a Query Letter at PoeWar by John Hewitt
  13. Joe Wikert’s Publishing 2020 Blog
  14. Literary Rejections on Display
  15. Pub Rants by Agent Kristin
  16. Small Press Blog for Independent Publishers by Thomas Nixon
  17. Write and Publish Your Book
  18. WritetoWin.org by Earma Brown

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  1. [...] Don’t know much about a certain topic within your niche? I bet you that some bloggers out there do. For example, on After Graduation, I wanted to write a post that would be helpful for readers interested in publishing books. I’m an expert novel-starter, but a novice novel-finisher, so I’m not really qualified to give advice in this area. Instead, I create a list of 18 people who are qualified to give advice about publishing. [...]

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