For today’s self-published author interview, we talk to Paul Hughes, author of the Spanish book, “Y Ahora..? Una dosis para tu alivio,” available on jexbo at http://www.jexbo.com/items/164.
Here are Paul’s responses:
Tell us about your self-published book.
My book is about the cycles in life. Life in itself is a cycle, and within that cycle, we have continuously new things happening, one after another, ones within others. Each cycle has twenty-two stages that inexorably are fulfilled.
Through the narration of a personal experience with alcohol, I am demonstrating how these stages are fulfilled to be able to prepare, anticipate and get benefit to the different situations and to live a life with joy, abundance, peace, love and tranquility.
Why did you decide to self-publish?
I decide to self publish because I wanted to personally take care of my book.
What was your biggest challenge to overcome in self-publishing your book?
My biggest challenge is the distribution and sales.
What has been the best part about self-publishing your book?
The best part of self-publishing my book is that the result I wanted Is what I have.
What advice do you have for other potential writers and self-published authors?
My advice for other, self-published authors is to think of exactly what you want and what you expect about your book, and then decide if you want to do it by yourself or with a publishing company.
Thanks for your insights Paul! Now, if you have questions like Paul about marketing your self-published book and selling books online, please write to me here or at http://www.jexbo.com. I’m here to help!