What is self-publishing? What are its benefits? In the first episode of The Shelf Help Guide to Self-Publishing, author Ben Galley discusses why you should go indie, and explains how he can help you publish your book. A TRULY COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO PUBLISHING
Confused and bamboozled by the wide world of self-publishing? Written a book but have no idea how to get it onto shelves? Disillusioned by traditional publishing and want something better? Well, you’re in the right place. Shelf Help is the brand new and comprehensive guide to becoming a professional indie author.
This forthcoming handy little pocket guide will tell you in great detail exactly how to go from manuscript to royalty cheque. With Shelf Help, you’ll learn how to self-publish the DIY way – retaining all your rights, royalties, and utter creative control whilst keeping it cheap, quick, and above all, professional.
At 26, Ben Galley is a young self-published author from sunny England. He is the author of the epic and gritty fantasy series – The Emaneska Series. He has published four books to date, and doesn’t intend to stop any time soon.
Ben is incredibly zealous about inspiring other authors and writers. He runs the popular advice site Shelf Help, where he offers advice about writing, publishing, and marketing.
If you want to know more, Ben can be found being loquacious and attempting to be witty on Twitter (@BenGalley) or at his website – www.bengalley.com.