One Author S Solution For Publishing Creative Writing Output

It’s never been easy for traditional publishers to accept your creative writing results.

Witness these famous masters of fiction that they were forced to take the path of shelling out money to get their first novels printed.

Alexandre Dumas

D.H. Lawrence

Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar rice burroughs

Word Gram

George Bernard Shaw

Gertrude stein

James joyce

John grisham

Mark Twain

Mary Baker Eddy

Rudyard kipling

Stephen Crane

Upton Sinclair

Virginia Woolf

Walt whitman

William blake

Gray Zane

John Grisham, among other things, sold copies of his first novel “A Time to Kill” with the trunk of a car that was initially his only “vehicle” for distribution …

And it is increasingly difficult, even for established authors.

It can be doubly frustrating when you’ve written something you desperately want to see in print; something you want other people to read.

You can always turn to expensive vanity publishing houses, but I wouldn’t take that route no matter what.

You would like to do it

Imagine my surprise when I came across the perfect solution for posting creative results that you can’t place anywhere else.

I have a series of traditionally published titles that are currently being sold in bookstores around the world, but I have a nearly the same series that I have never been able to publish.

Till now …

The little known but highly reliable POD (print on demand) font I discovered requires an initial subscription fee that covers UNLIMITED titles – perfect binding with ISBN and free shipping to customers

Bottom Line: Instead of requiring you to place an initial order of 10-100 books, this innovative publisher provides the first copy of your book for free and then prints on demand and ships when they receive subsequent orders from you and your customers.

This website listed in the resource box below is worth a visit, especially if you are still having trouble printing your first book. You could have your personal library up and running in no time.

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