Once the publishing time itself, a book is something that is considered "the last attempt," for writers who really have no other choice, and want to see their names in print. But the field has evolved, and there are many success stories that have "made it" after the publications themselves, and even established writers with the main publishing houses that have decided to take a break from working with their publishers and going to put out their own books. You can consider the services of digital publishing for coaches and consultant for your business.
1. Remember the writing is still important
There are those who think that Mandiri publishing gives them a break because they don't have to deal with big agents and publishers set to Nitpick every word. Meanwhile, if you publish a book full of grammar errors and sentence structures that are not coherent technically possible, you might not sell many books. If you care enough to write a book, you care enough to do it well.
2. Think about your audience before you type, "end."
Marketing for books does not start when books are printed or formatted in the form of electronic. Your book will apply to work as something that can be read for entertainment and information. By joining the community and looking for blogs from those who will have an interest in your subject, you build anticipation for your book before finishing.
3. Pre-edit with what you know, then hire a professional.
Yes, your friends and family will see your book through roses, but they still have to read and offer editing assistance where they can. Explain to them that they should not be easy for you, even though they might still be. With most of the small things that are taken care of, your professional editor will be able to enter into the book meat.