Self-publishing Made Simple: A How-to Guide for the Non-tech-savvy Among Us

Self-publishing Made Simple is a plainspoken, nuts and bolts instruction booklet to help guide learning, non-tech-savvy authors through a maze of confusing information. Compare and contrast publishing and distribution venues, learn how to buy ISBNs, file copyrights, format manuscripts for Kindle, Smashwords, CreateSpace, and more. The author is working in Microsoft Word 2010. More

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About Melinda Clayton

Melinda Clayton is the author of "Appalachian Justice," "Return to Crutcher Mountain," "Entangled Thorns," and "Blessed Are the Wholly Broken." Her most recent work is the non-fiction guide, "Self-publishing Made Simple: A How-to Guide for the Non-tech-savvy Among Us."

Clayton has published numerous articles and short stories in various print and online magazines. In addition to writing, Dr. Clayton has an Ed.D. in Special Education Administration and is a licensed psychotherapist in the states of Florida and Colorado.

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