Being a self-published author means completing all sorts of tasks that you might not be familiar with. You got into the business to be a writer, but now you have to be a publisher, a marketer, and everything else in-between! Chances are you’ve had some questions along the way that you wish someone would have answered. You’re not alone. BookBub is a website that receives tons of manuscripts from would-be authors who want to be featured on their website, as well as fielding tons of user queries every single day. They’ve listed their top questions from 2015 to make it easier for people to find the information they’re looking for. They answer questions like, “does a book have a better chance of being selected if it’s available on multiple retailers?” (short answer, yes!), “should I bother submitting a new release?” (short answer, no), and “how is page count calculated?” (short answer, based on Amazon). If you’ve ever wanted to submit your work to BookBub then you definitely want to read this list!
Read the full article here: Roundup of the Top #AskBookBub Questions of 2015
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