Free Online Resources for Self Publishing Your Own Book – If you do your homework, you will come across some of these big names for self publishing books
Some of these help you to publish eBooks whereas others are to help you publish your book as a print on demand or POD book.
- Smashwords Ebooks from independent authors and publishers How to publish on Smashwords
- CreateSpace: Self Publishing and Free Distribution for Books, CD, DVD CreateSpace provides free tools to help you self-publish and distribute your books, DVDs, CDs, video downloads and MP3s on-demand on Amazon.com and other channels. Get access to FREE book publishing tools, resources, and a growing online community of
- Self Publishing and Book Printing Solutions Publish Books, EBooks, Photo books and Calendars at Lulu.com
- Lightning SourceLightning Source offers international business solutions to publishers worldwide. The opportunity to easily access local markets around the world.
- Kindle Direct Publishing: Self-publish to Amazon’s Kindle Store Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing allows you to self-publish your books and make them available on Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Mac, and PC. All you need to get started is a digital file of your book.
- Barnes and Nobles Pubit! Self Publish your books, Ideas and content as NOOK Books.
- ePub Bud Publish, Convert, Store, and Download free children’s ebooks online for the iPad and nook color!
- ScribblePress – Imagine Create Publish Scribble Press: the first ever make-your-own book store
- FastPencil Powers Publishing for Authors, Publishers and Enterprise Write, design, publish & sell books and ebooks on Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Ingram, Kindle, Nook and more…
- Publish Green Hassle-free ebook publishing. Converts your PDF to MOBI and EPUB and distribute it for the Kindle, iPad, Nook, and more!
- Scribd Scribd is a social publishing site, where tens of millions of people share original writings and documents. Scribd’s vision is to liberate the written word.
Next Part: Publish your book as POD (Print on Demand) or as an eBook? Which path to choose?