If you are tired of getting rejection letters from publishers, dealing with financial stressors and are ready to give up on your book, please don’t. I went through this same ordeal too and found another choice.

By self-publishing your book, you’ll experience many joys such as:

– Sharing your work with others; – Communicating directly with readers; – Making changes whenever applicable; – Paying to print only necessary books; – Conducting your own public relations efforts; and best of all – Controlling the marketing process.

In fact, I’ve talked to many professional consultants and speakers who make thousands of dollars more selling their own works that dealing with a publisher. Why?

They have complete control over how book packages are created and sold. Plus, they can create their own personal lists of customers to contact about future products, send newsletters, obtain feedback, and more. Plus, they can make changes at the last minute and cater their works to a specific audience, partner, sponsor, or affiliate as needed.

With this in mind, don’t get discouraged the next time you get a publisher’s rejection letter. Instead, think about all of the possibilities of being a self-published author!

For help with self-publishing, feel free to write to me here or at http://www.jexbo.com. And here are some other self-publishing resources: http://money.howstuffworks.com/self-publishing.htm, http://www.writerswrite.com/selfpublishing/links.htm, and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-publishing.