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Hey guys. I'm wondering if any of you have self-published a book and how you dealt with paying for the copyright, ISBN numbers, cover art, and etc. Also, do you sell through Amazon in e-book format, or perhaps use a print-on-demand service? After taking all of this time to meticulously construct a book worthy of publishing, I don't want to screw things up now. I could really use some advice from anyone with experience.
(My book description is below as a matter of interest. Feel free to skip all of that.)

Experience the wonder of a unique fantasy series featuring its own MMORPG world.


Six years have passed since Souladonis left Winterspring Academy in pursuit of a cure for the petrification curse. During his travels he has vastly improved his magic and martial arts abilities, yet nowhere has he found a cure for petrification. Eventually, his travels take him to Belle Forest in Âme Kingdom where he meets a pushy village girl named Katherine. Together they try to solve her village’s goblin problem. Yet when things go horribly wrong, he throws himself in harm’s way for her sake. Filled with gratitude, Katherine volunteers to follow him as his servant for one month. Thus, they set off together to experience more adventure than either of them could have ever dreamed.

The Souladonis Novel Features:
· An emotionally vulnerable hero with whom the average person can identify.
· A strong heroine who often outshines the hero.
· The budding romance of two shy people.
· Thrilling fast-paced battles of magic and martial arts written in vivid detail.
· Extreme moments of joy and sorrow that will make your heart both cringe and sing in elation.
· The witty sense of humor of a protagonist who doesn’t take himself too seriously.
· An established MMORPG world boasting nearly 500 magic spells in 13 Magic Disciplines, a myriad of distinct mage classes, a world map with an index of nations, a complete list of magical affixes, craft materials, and all of the essential elements that compose an MMORPG video game.
· A Killer Clown death mage who contributes to one of the most intense yet awkwardly funny scenes ever written.
 
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I have, and my advice is to spend some bucks getting it professionally edited and a decent cover. Then use CreateSpace -- they provide an ISBN, and there is no overhead. You can find tutorials for formatting for Kindle online. CreateSpace does Print on Demand, so you won't wind up with a box of a thousand books in your garage. There's zero overhead with CreateSpace.
 
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