Publishing with createspace

9 February 2012
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Publishing with createspace (which is an amazon company) has suddenly become popular. Anyone can be an author or wannabe author – Heck even my kids are talking about writing books to sell to their friends.

But in the meantime, here are some tips on publishing with createspace taken from around the web.

(Usual disclaimers apply – these are not our posts – we are just linking to them because they are helpful).

Tips on formatting your print book for Createspace and Lulu. Part1

timctaylor.wordpress.com1/7/12

Yesterday I completed a commission to format a book interior for Createspace, and wanted to share some tips to help you create your own great-looking Createspace books. This isn’t a top-to-bottom comprehensive guide, radically different from print. Certainly if you are self-publishing then it is a great help to think from the beginning about writing your manuscript so that it lends itself safely and easily to being built into a print book or an eBook. Createspace is one of

Tips on formatting your print book for Createspace and Lulu. Part2

timctaylor.wordpress.com1/17/12

Before we see how we deliver this in Word, I’ll turn the page once more in Createspace’s Interior Reviewer tool. Headers & footers at chapter start. Click for larger image. We’ve seen this in earlier tips, but it’s a timely reminder

Tips on formatting your print book for Createspace and Lulu. Part2

timctaylor.wordpress.com1/17/12

Before we see how we deliver this in Word, I’ll turn the page once more in Createspace’s Interior Reviewer tool. Headers & footers at chapter start. Click for larger image. We’ve seen this in earlier tips, but it’s a timely reminder

Tip Trick Thursday:CreateSpace | andrewcyrushudson.com

andrewcyrushudson.com1/19/12

Tip Trick Thursday:CreateSpace. Well, it’s almost here. Drift in paperback form. But I’m not here to post for the sake of promoting my own novel. Rather, I’m here to talk about how it went into paperback form.

How To Self Publish Your Book With Createspace

www.squidoo.com1/12/12

After much consideration and research, I chose to use Amazon-owned Createspace to launch my creations into the cybersphere! Essential Resources To Get You Up And Running On Createspace Tips For Free Book Promotion Online

Createspace or Lightning Source: Pros & cons breakdown | Chazz

chazzwrites.com4/4/11

That was enough for me because very few publishers for indies do that and if they say, as Createspace does, that they have full distribution, you better make doubly sure that the wholesale discount is 45+ and that you can have a return policy. Createspace never told me that. I asked and they said, “We don’t make that Filed under author Q&A, authors, Books, DIY, ebooks, publishing, Writers, writing tips. Tagged as Amazon.com, Author, Createspace, E-book, Jeff

CreateSpace and UK authors -

www.kuforum.co.uk1/28/12

I went all the way through putting my book onto createspace, was about to publish it when I saw it doesn’t appear on amazon.co.uk, just amazon.com – so I didn’t bother in the end. So yes, it is open to UK authors but doesn’t

Some interesting thoughts – Wondering about you guys, have you though about publishing with createspace? Do you know what it is?

Any thoughts welcome.

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