What we learned writing and self-publishing a book

An insight into self-publishing a book

Until a year ago, I had never in my life thought: I want to write a book. It wasn’t a bucket list item or a new year’s resolution. It was more a realisation that I had the material to do it… So why not? 💡

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Our book! Laying the Foundations / Published October 2019

The seed

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Books need to be written, edited, designed, printed, marketed, sold, and distributed. Self-publishing can be fun and rewarding, but also frustrating and costly. This series shares our experience, the hard lessons we learned, and advice to save money and succeed.

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