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Ways To Publish And Sell Your Ebook

Posted at 9:08AM Wednesday 16 Apr 2014

To publish an e-book can be challenging yet interesting. To sell an e-book is critical. Though the trend of self-publishing across the world has radically heightened, when readers can't find that high interest upon looking at your book, there is no way for them to buy it.

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