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Self-publishing is perfect for authors to have a total control on the book process, but they have to do it on their own, so there is no room for mistakes. If you are in the process of writing a book, you should know that there are 3 major stages in the completion of any kind of self-published book: writing the book, publishing the book and marketing the book.
Common writing setbacks include rejections, a lack of available work assignments, bad reviews and writers’ block. None of these situations are easy for any writer to deal with, regardless of his or her years of experience. The setback itself is not that important; what matters the most is how you react to it, how you use it as a learning experience and how well you adapt your strategy to meet new challenges. Effective ways to overcome writing setbacks include shopping your work around, focusing on building your professional portfolio and drawing inspiration from the world around you.
Lots of people around the world have different motivations to write a book. Many of them embark on this great journey, some others never do it. Having doubts and fear is totally human, but writing a book may eventually become a really unique and positive experience with many advantages to take from it.
Copyright rules can often seem confusing when it comes to using the works of others in a new book. Authors frequently use others’ creative material for purposes of review, commentary, reporting, criticism or artistic emphasis. Some books are even devoted exclusively as tributes to or biographies of other writers, musicians, artists, filmmakers, or other creative individuals who hold the copyright on the material an author wishes to use in his or her writing.
Producing a book is always a big step and there are many things to take into account to accomplish such a task. If you are an author and you are about to produce your book, there are a few tips to consider. Let´s check those “small details” that can save you lots of troubles.