What is Self-Publishing?
Self-Publishing is the fastest growing segment of the publishing industry. With the majority of traditional publishers not willing to take the risk with new authors, self-publishing has become a new and widely popular alternative. Since printing a good number of books (more than 1000 copies) is very expensive, traditional publishers are always looking for a guaranteed return when they publish a book, which is why the market is flooded with existing well-known authors and celebrities.

Self-publishing happens when an author pays full cost of producing his/her work and handles the entire book publication process, including printing, distribution, and marketing. Therefore, the finished copies, the copyright, all subsidiary rights, and all money received from book sales are exclusively of the author.

Benefits of Self-Publishing
  • You retain full control over the content, design, and marketing of your book.
  • You retain all rights to your manuscript
  • You can get your book printed in quantity as less as 10 to as higher as 1000.
  • Apart from course textbook, you can also get your poetry,autobiography, story or any other genre book.
  • You retain all revenues earned from the sale of your books.
  • You may be able to exploit markets that a larger commercial publisher would overlook or ignore, because of your special expertise in a particular area or simply because of your commitment to your book.
  • Your book may have a greater chance of success simply because you're more committed to the process of promoting it than a publisher who has hundreds of other titles.