Save $1000's by Avoiding These Costly Mistakes
At Izzard Ink we’ve noticed how often authors make the same handful of mistakes when self-publishing – in our guide, we’ll pass that wisdom on to new and prospective authors. If you can learn from the costly mistakes of others, you can avoid repeating them yourself. These mistakes routinely cost authors hundreds if not thousands of dollars. Any way you approach it, publishing is a big investment – of both time and money — and it’s worth learning how to do it right.
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