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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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 […]

Power Up Your Nonfiction Book: Essential Content to Include when Writing Your Manuscript

Power Up Your Nonfiction Book: Essential Content to Include when Writing Your Manuscript

As you write your next book, you will likely follow some sort of outline and include some of the usual elements like footnotes and appendix. But there are some additional items you may want to consider adding to your manuscript in order to maximize the reader experience while building your mailing list and revenues. Free […]

How to Get Author Testimonials for Your Book

How to Get Author Testimonials for Your Book

In the months before your book is published, you should begin reaching out to fellow authors to request endorsements. Ideally testimonials should come from authors in your field, and the more well-known the author, the better. And while you may think that big-name authors are untouchable, think again. Smart authors know that endorsing a  book […]

9 Ways to Sabotage Yourself as an Author in 2018 by Cathy Baylis

9 Ways to Sabotage Yourself as an Author in 2018 by Cathy Baylis

Fifty years ago, an author’s life was totally different. There were no social media channels, search engines, or even stable connectivity. Now, the world’s going crazy and with it, every single industry changes its face, submitting itself to the present technological advancements. In 2018, being an author supposes a lot of things. I believe that […]

5 Easy Ways to Make Your Writing Flow Better by Barbara McNichol

5 Easy Ways to Make Your Writing Flow Better by Barbara McNichol

Whether it’s a marketing email or the chapter of a book, you might be challenged to make your writing easy to follow. How can you create a smooth flow that helps your readers? Give these techniques a try: Use subheads: When you use subheads throughout your piece, readers can skim your content and quickly discern […]

Start Your Journey to Nonfiction Publishing Success at Amazon.com by Roger C. Parker

Start Your Journey to Nonfiction Publishing Success at Amazon.com by Roger C. Parker

The quality and quantity of the research you do at Amazon.com before you start to write plays a major role in your ability to plan, write, promote, and profit from your nonfiction book. Here’s why.  Positioning To succeed, your book not only has to be well-written, but it has to be significantly and obviously different […]