MP Publishing

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MP publishing is an independent small publishing house that welcomes new and established authors.

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Marketing Strategies for Self-Published Books. Everything you need to know about local, online and nationwide marketing strategies as well as self-employment taxes.
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 9,250. Language: English. Published: March 20, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Publishing » Self-publishing
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“Marketing Strategies for Self-Published Books" is a complete guide for self-published authors as well as first time authors for inexpensive marketing. You will learn everything you need to know about local, online and nationwide marketing strategies as well as self-employment taxes. The tax help section will give details how to maximize your deductions and your take-home income.
How to Get Your Book Published Without an Agent. A complete guide for finding a traditional publisher and writing a successful manuscript submission packet.
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 9,330. Language: English. Published: March 17, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Publishing » Self-publishing
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"How to Get Your Book Published Without an Agent” lists reputable, traditional U.S. publishers that accept manuscripts directly from the author, eliminating the need for a literary agent. You will also find detailed instructions and samples on how to write a professional query letter, synopsis and book marketing plan to “sell” your book to the publisher.

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Smashwords book reviews by MP Publishing

  • Archie's Gold on April 08, 2012
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    A story I really enjoyed after my kid read it. A host of good characters, mostly adult that interact with Archie who's a brave boy shining shoes in the evening in front of a hotel. I melted into the street scenes and ex-cons and the blue-collar town. I rooted for Archie as he does his best to get back with his father. The author draws a good picture I think of the 1960s. Highly recommend this one.
  • Archie's Gold on April 08, 2012

    A story I really enjoyed after my kid read it. A host of good characters, mostly adult that interact with Archie who's a brave boy shining shoes in the evening in front of a hotel. I melted into the street scenes and ex-cons and the blue-collar town. I rooted for Archie as he does his best to get back with his father. The author draws a good picture I think of the 1960s. Highly recommend this one.
  • No Acne - The Dermatologist way to clear skin. on May 21, 2012

    This guide is for anyone - teen or adult - who suffers from acne and needs help to get clear skin. It really helped me understand what causes acne and what makes it worse. You will also get a very thorough descriptions on different treatment methods from soaps and creams to antibiotics and other medications such as accutane. Very easy to read guide written by a dermatologist that goes to the point and does not contain any nonsense.
  • Kafka's Hairbrush on June 03, 2012

    This was a positively unusual story of an anxious writer Franz Kafka. Placed in Prague, the author Stefano Boscutti is rich with details making the story very visual and fascinating. Well written and interesting, I would recommend Kafka's Hairbrush to anyone looking for a biographical history or satire.