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Wild Weeds Press – cultivating your stories.

Self-publishing can be a minefield but Wild Weeds Press, a service of the KSP Writers’ Centre, can help you navigate through it.

They offer low-cost, accessible, hand-holding services such as: editing, typesetting, proofing, cover design and promotions to help you publish your work.

For more information click here or email Lisa at wwp-admin@wildweedspress.com

Don’t let your wondrous words go to waste.

Life Hacker

Life Hacker is a blog that features an article about how to self-publish a book, which includes links, advice, tips and steps to follow.

Here is the link

She Writes Press

She Writes Press was founded so that there is a company where authors would be invited to publish based on the merit of their writing alone. The company gives constructive feedback on the submissions and their primary goal is to get the authors project ready for publication.

Here is the link

Ingram Spark

Ingram Spark is there to help authors self-publish their books. They want to spread books across the globe in all forms and genres.

With Ingram Spark you can print on demand or you can make your book into an eBook, so you can distribute your book everywhere.

Here is the link

Self-Publishing Group Australia

Australian Self-Publishers group can publish the books internationally, and guide the author on how to become an international selling author. They help guide the author to success in becoming a bestselling author, and they can get the author 100% copyright for the entire book and much more.

Here is the link

Smashwords was founded in 2008 and is one of the leading indie eBook distributors. Smashwords guides authors through a step-by-step process on how to publish their novel through their website. Authors can upload their novel for free, and design their own cover or choose from a wide selection in the Smashwords database.

Once the novel is uploaded, authors can distribute their novel to eBook retailers.

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WritingWA have resources available providing support for self-published writers. These resources include: Getting Started on your manuscript, budget, design, printing, marketing and much more. The material is written by Bernice Barry and Mike Rumble; they self-published in 2015 before receiving a publishing contract with Pan Macmillan in 2016.

Here is the link