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Book Publishers

Perhaps you are a writer. You have already written your manuscript and you are now thinking of what to do next. The thing you need to do is to look for a book publisher, who will publish your manuscript into a book.

After you have invested so much of your time, resources and energy to come up with a manuscript that is good, you also need to find a good publisher, who will not mess up all your work and produce a book that won't even sell. There are traditional book publishers, who don't charge you the author for publishing your book. They earn their income from selling the books and pay you a royalty payment for each book sold. In addition, traditional book publishers never pressurize you to buy your own books, to pay for editing or copyright. They cover all your expenses and earn from you once the book is published and sold. The only thing you are expected to do is to help with the publicity efforts to promote your book to sell.

On the other hand, there are other book publishers, the vanity and fringe presses who charge you for publishing your book, editing and copyright. These publishers make money from the authors, instead of making money from the readers.

Choosing good book publishers is not an easy task, and therefore, you need to be very patient when making this decision. Although there are easy ways of getting your book published, like getting any publisher who can publish the book, without getting into the details. The result is that after a few months or weeks, your book will get published, but you will have to bear the consequences of your actions, when its time to sell the book and no one wants to buy it because it is poorly done.

You can also decide to find an agent who will connect you to a publisher. Although an agent is a better option than taking the easy route, an agent will take 15 percent commission from the book sales. So, if you feel that you don't need an agent, then you can choose to find a book publisher yourself.

The other route you can take is to be patient and do a lot of research to find a good publisher. You can do this by researching publisher's web sites, or reading publisher's books to keep you up to date with the publishing world. You can also ask other authors whose books have been published.


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