New Book Provides Insider Info On Self-Publishing in Australia

“Publishing in Australia”, published by Bookpal, will add some clarity to the situation of self-publishing for all the Australian writers out there. Executives From Industry Heavy Hitter, Bookpal, Provide Writers With The Information To Self-Publish.


WEBWIRE – Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Executives From Industry Heavy Hitter, Bookpal, Provide Writers With The Information To Self-Publish.
 
Brisbane, Australia – For many writers, getting their work published is the ultimate goal. However, it can be challenging to be published by a large corporation, not to mention, the power of self-publishing has become a big deal over the past decade or so. “Publishing in Australia”, published by Bookpal, will add some clarity to the situation of self-publishing for all the Australian writers out there.
 
A recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald, says self-publishing in Australia is a growing trend. Citing the success of originally self-published books such as “Fifty Shades of Grey” and the “4 Ingredients” series of books, the news article shows that self-publishing in Australia has come a long way. More Australian authors are simply looking at how to self-publish their book.
 
The book publishing industry has gone under dramatic changes over the past few years, and writers must adapt to that. Gone are the days when large corporate bookstores prevailed over the publishing industry. That would make it seem like local bookstores would be the head honchos now, right? Wrong. Success of local Australian bookstores is hindered by the fact that Internet bookstores are selling books to Australian customers at prices that are much lower than retailers that are native to Australia. This hurts local Australian retailers and makes it hard to compete.

To make matters worse, e-books are now outselling traditional books according to Amazon and major consumer reports. All of these factors make self-publishing rather challenging for many writers. “Publishing in Australia” lies its focus on teaching readers how to self-publish in order to cope with the revolution in the contemporary publishing industry. Available for only $0.99 on Amazon,  “Publishing in Australia”  is a total deal.
 
The one problem with the self-publishing authors in Australia is their unrealistic expectations. Many still think, “If I publish it, people will buy it.” The truth is, they need a lot of book marketing and publicity in order to have any chance of success. “Publishing in Australia” advocates authors to take responsibility for their book marketing and publicity, and offers some guidance on how authors can do it themselves. In conjunction with reading “Publishing in Australia”, to further knowledge on self-publishing, those that are interested are encouraged to read  self publishing articles  on their website and watch the videos that are featured on the Bookpal youtube channel.
 
Bookpal was established in 2002, in Australia, with the mission of providing authors an alternative to the traditional publishing route. Bookpal has served thousands of customers via its branches in Australia, the USA, the United Kingdom and Malaysia . For more information, visit http://www.bookpal.com.au. Bookpal is available for contact via phone at (61) 731055917
 



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