When Brandon Clements decided to self-publish his book, Every Bush is Burning, he did hundreds of hours of research, researching hybrid publishing options like Archway Publishing (Simon & Schuster’s self-publishing arm) and Westbow Press (Thomas Nelson’s self-publishing arm). He also read up on print-on-demand publishers like Lulu, CreateSpace, and Lightning Source.
He found out some options were incredibly overpriced while others were a bargain. If you want to save thousands of dollars to self-publish your book, you’ll definitely want to listen to this interview.
About the Interview
Brandon Clements is the author of Every Bush Is Burning, a blogger at brandonclements.com, and a pastor. He’s also one of the most knowledgeable people about self-publishing I know. In this interview, Brandon and I go through the step-by-step process of self-publishing your book, giving you tips about how to save time and money at every stage of the process.
- Why you should avoid hybrid publishing options like Archway Press and Westbow Press if you value your bank account balance
- The important difference between CreateSpace vs. Lightning Source for self-publishers
- The step-by-step process to design, typeset, print, and distribute your book
- How to save money on designers, typesetters, and self-publishing