Nonfiction Book Publishing

Best Nonfiction Book Publisher

Best Nonfiction Book Publisher

Authority Publishing provides custom publishing services exclusively for nonfiction books. Comprehensive services include editing, cover design, interior typesetting, ebook formatting, and distribution to Amazon, Ingram and other online retailers. Since 2008, Authority Publishing has built a solid reputation as an industry leader in personalized service and professional book production. If getting your book done right […]

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How to Setup a Pre-Sale Campaign for Your Print Book and Ebook

How to Setup a Pre-Sale Campaign for Your Print Book and Ebook

A strong book launch campaign can have many benefits: Generate word-of-mouth Rack up book reviews Get the attention of industry pros (literary agents and editors), potential clients, peers, media, and anyone else you want to impress Put some money in the bank Bring new life to backlist titles (previous books you’ve authored will usually get […]

6 In Demand Tools for Editing and Proofreading Your Writing for Self-Publishing by Paula Hicks

6 In Demand Tools for Editing and Proofreading Your Writing for Self-Publishing by Paula Hicks

You’ve poured your heart and soul into the writing process. You’ve produced a book, a blog post, or an article that you’re proud of. There were long hours of research and agonizing over your word choice. You’ve revised the work over and over again. Now, it’s time to self-publish it. But what if it contains […]

5 Useful Tips to Help You Finish Your Writing Project by Silvia Woolard

5 Useful Tips to Help You Finish Your Writing Project by Silvia Woolard

Many writers struggle to complete a task. The reasons for this are as unique as the writers themselves. It can be down to a lack of inspiration, trying to take on many projects at once, or trying to push themselves too hard. Many writers are so focused on the quantity that they neglect quality. Others […]

How to Get Funding to Publish Your Book

How to Get Funding to Publish Your Book

If I had a dollar for every person who asked me about funding for their book projects, well, I could start a fund for those very projects! Not a week goes by without an email or call from someone seeking free publishing services. Unfortunately, there is no secret publishing fund or author scholarship program available, […]

How to Set Up an Author Business by Mike Kowis, Esq.

How to Set Up an Author Business by Mike Kowis, Esq.

I recently gave a talk to a local writer’s group about the process of self-publishing a book, which includes setting up an author business.  Afterwards, the group leader thanked me for sharing the “business side” of being an author.  While I appreciated her kind gesture, it struck me as odd because I think of an […]

Checklist: Copy Needed Before You Launch Your Book

Checklist: Copy Needed Before You Launch Your Book

Write Copy: Book jacket copy Traditional media pitch Online media pitch (podcasts, internet radio shows) Blogger pitch Reviewer pitch Tweets for your own use Tweets others can share Short social media posts for your own use Short social media posts others can share Your updated bio Blog posts Email to announce your launch to your […]

Round-Up Question of the Week: For those who’ve self-published your books, what have been some of the pros and cons?

Round-Up Question of the Week: For those who’ve self-published your books, what have been some of the pros and cons?

Last week we asked our community on Facebook to answer this question: For those who’ve self-published your books, what have been some of the pros and cons? Here’s what they had to say: Joel D Canfield: The pros are the reason I do it: complete control. My editor and I make the final call on […]

Round-Up Question of the Week: For those who’ve been traditionally published, what have been some of the pros and cons?

Round-Up Question of the Week: For those who’ve been traditionally published, what have been some of the pros and cons?

Last week we asked our community on Facebook to answer this question: For those who’ve been traditionally published, what have been some of the pros and cons? Here’s what they had to say: Stephanie Chandler: Pros for me were bookstore placement, which mattered more years ago when most sales were still happening in stores. The cons: […]

Better Writing: When to Use “Like” vs. “Such As” by Barbara McNichol

Better Writing: When to Use “Like” vs. “Such As” by Barbara McNichol

Have you ever wondered about the distinction between “like” or “such as” in your writing. Here are two phrases to consider: . . . the answers that so-called geniuses “like / such as” Newton seem to embody. . . . centuries of innovations “like / such as” the airplane and space shuttle have resulted. In […]

4 Ways to Ensure Readability in Your Writing by Barbara McNichol

4 Ways to Ensure Readability in Your Writing by Barbara McNichol

“Writings are useless unless they are read, and they cannot be read unless they are readable.” – Theodore Roosevelt If Roosevelt lived in today’s world, he might have known that 6% of the time wasted in corporations is due to poorly written communications. Of course, your goal is readability. At the same time, you desire […]