This is part 5 of my interview with Stacey Aaronson, founder of The Book Doctor Is In. In our first interview we talked about how the self-publishing model can help or hurt your book sales. You can hear that interview here. In the second we discussed why DIY and self-publishing are NOT one and the same. You can hear that interview here. In part 3 we delved into the different types of editing and the importance of each, how editors differ and what to look for, and what questions you should ask yourself before interviewing professionals to determine your particular needs, concerns, wishes, and goals for your book. You can hear that interview here. And in part 4, we explored interviewing editors, red flags to heed, and why it’s so important to find the right editor for you as a writer. You can find that interview here.
To round out this important series you won’t want to miss if you’re considering writing and self-publishing a book, The Book Doctor is back yet again to chat about the importance of finding the right designer(s) to bring your baby to fruition with excellence from cover to cover. Stacey will share what questions to ask both cover designers and layout artists, along with red flags to heed, and she’ll finish up with a list of great resources for finding book professionals.
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