” building a book and make available for sale on amazon.com is almost as easy as writing a blog post”.. Jonni Good (from JonniBGood?? ) from :How to Self-Publish an Art Book, Part 1


is it?

Ho.. you need to buy this software which cost about 100$ then invest the time to learn how to use it.

But that will be printing and be immediately available on the web.

In part 2 she will show you all about the software and where,how and how much.

part 3 i think is all about publishing.

So Only if you got the money and the time for purchasing this software go on to part 2-3.

One more website : self-publishing-a-book-25-things-you-need-to-know

CNET’s David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it’s all about.

i liked Number 11:

11. Buy your own ISBN — and create your own publishing house.

If you have market aspirations for your book, buy your own ISBN (International Standard Book Number) and create your own publishing company.

(Credit: http://www.isbn-us.com)

Even if you go with one of the subsidy presses for convenience’s sake, there’s no reason to have Lulu, CreateSpace, iUniverse, Xlibris, Author House, Outskirts, or whomever listed as your publisher. For around $100 (what a single ISBN costs) and a little added paperwork, you can go toe-to-toe with any small publisher. Lulu.com sells ISBNs, other self-publishing companies don’t. The complete list of sellers is here.

Note: Most self-publishing operations will provide you with a free ISBN for both your print book and e-book but whatever operation provides you with the ISBN will be listed as the publisher.