Saturday, 8 March 2014
Publish a paperback for free in March + Win A Bloomsbury Editor Critique
Competition to Win A Bloomsbury Editor Critique of your opening chapters - Free to enter
Competition to win a Bloomsbury Editor critique of your opening chapters by reading brief extracts from 5 books and answering a question about each. Bloomsbury publish authors such as JK Rowling. Click here to visit FeedARead.com and then click on Competition at the top of the homepage. The competition closing date is 31st March 2014.
Publish your book as a paperback in March for free
You can also register to publish a paperback for free through FeedARead.com. Please view authors' feedback about publishing with FeedARead below. FeedARead authors have achieved two Amazon UK top ten paperback places. If you are in the process of still completing your book, you can also click to keep your book private when you upload to FeedARead so you can see what your book would look like in print on your private book page to assist with your editing process.
To publish, click here to visit feedaread.com and once joined then click the button you will see to begin publishing, and the feedaread site will take you through the simple process to upload your book and publish. FeedARead also includes paid options to list your book for sale on leading bookseller sites including Amazon. For all frequently asked questions about publishing with FeedARead, which is a separate site, please view the FAQs on the feedaread.com home page.
Click here to sign up free to Feedaread.com to start publishing today.
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