This is what a self published book looks like

Digital publishing made publishing a book accessible. Ebooks established the market. Self-publishing authors developed publishing skills. Traditional publishers recognised talent, encouraging the acceptance of self-publishing. A change in mind-set matured the self-publishing market.

All of the above has led to the following conclusion that now really is the time to be a self-published author.

Developing publishing skills is really important and so in an attempt to help rid self-publishing of its traditional associations with low quality, Clays have put together the event on April 10 – together with Jacq Burns – to give you a crash course in book production and to demonstrate to you the possibilities of print. They will guide you through the process from start to finish, showing you how your book would be produced if and when you decide to go down the print route. Having a better understanding of the production process will allow you to make informed decisions about the look and feel of your book.

Details

Date:
Tue 14 April
Time:
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Venue

Clays
One Tudor Street, London, EC4Y 0AH United Kingdom

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Website:
www.clays.co.uk

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