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. . . or even seeing it on the shelf of your local bookstore! If you are searching for how to publish your book, then look no further. We specialize in helping aspiring writers become published authors.

At Be Published Canada we connect writers, like you, with firms that can help you self-publish your book and who offer step-by-step support along the way. They offer publishing services, various book formats (e-book, paperback etc.), and marketing and online distribution, while you retain copyright ownership and control over your book’s content.

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Through an exclusive relationship with Indigo/Chapters, the companies we recommend can help you have your book presented to Indigo/Chapters, who will evaluate it for possible in-store stocking.

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Advantages of self-publishing

Many well-known authors have already chosen to self-publish at some time in their careers: Rudyard Kipling, Ernest Hemingway, Margaret Atwood, Stephen King, Carl Sandburg, James Redfield, Mark Twain and Walt Whitman, just to name a few. You would do well to be among this honored group.

Three great reasons to self-publish:

Faster to market

A supported self-publishing services company typically can have your book in the market and ready for sale months and months sooner than a traditional publisher.

Your work. Your rights.

If you self-publish your book, you retain all the proprietary rights to your work. If you go with a traditional publisher, you assign the rights to them, which means you no longer have control of the content or how fast it goes to market.

Target your niche market

Because your book is one of a kind, it may attract a market that has not yet been met. You can test the waters through self-publishing, and you can target-market your book to your specific audience.

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