When you are self publishing...how can you find a printer that you can obtain enough quality copies for distribution for minimal cost? The most reasonable one I've found so far was about $521 for 50…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by SAI Mar 28, 2010.
I have enjoyed writing all my life. Writing allows you to go to another world and create events of the imagination. I typically write about contemporary relationships, poetry and my opinion on self-help issues in relationships.
I am currently seeking to publish my completed work,
"Loving Mr. Right Now."
Loving Mr. Right Now is a captivating saga about Mianca Garrett, a beautiful, sexy, single and hardworking woman, living in the heart of Chicago with one problem, loving a man who is simply Mr. Right Now. Mr. Right Now, is the man who cannot commit to her, the man that disappears for days on end, the man who allows her to live in a world of one-sided love, the man who revels in tantalizing her haven and often leaving her breathless and quivering for more. The man is Ozwel Becker, a.k.a., Oz…who is the epitome of a true lover. Tall, sexy, charismatic, and handsome with the best skill of all…a passionate and fulfilling sex stud that Mianca finds hard to resist. But when Duane Breaux enters the picture and shows her that the love she has can be reciprocated, she finds herself torn between the two, true love and true lust…until the devastating truth about one of them sends her into a violent rage and into the arms of the other.
Well, this is a conundrum. Is there another John Kramer who writes the same kind of book, only published it in the late nineties? I'd worry if there's another me. This world isn't ready for two of us. However, I must say, I do hope that your book goes global. The other book didn't have internet connections such as blogs, social networks and so forth, like I'm sure yours does, but still, the information is relevant. Right now, though I haven't yet sold my human trafficking novel Debt Bondage, I'm blogging the information about slavery on many websites and I've gotten some notice. I'm intrigued by the new methods of book sales and publicity and really look forward to hearing what you have to say on the subject. We tried self publishing. Our book was in a niche market and therefore, we had a ready audience. If you ever do get out this way, you must let me know.
Wow, real life intrigue. Yes, it's the same book. In fact, I'm looking for it as we speak. I have hundreds of books, some packed out in my garage. I must have gotten the book around 96 or so. That's when we were all in BAIPA. Do you Know Steve Mette, a publisher in Fresno? He used to give away dozens of non fiction books each year, some signed. Now that I'm almost 65, my mind may be going, but gee, I still have hope for a brain recovery. Don't discount me yet.
Interesting. I have your book, signed. Maybe we met at one of the Bay Area Independent Book conferences. I've been to Oakland's several times. No matter, what you say is very relevant to book sellers and when I wrote a work book for the families of prisoners, I used 1001Ways to Market as my guide.