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Do you want to learn how to easily self-publish?

My new book How to Self-Publish in Oz will be out in August but you'll be able to preorder very soon. This is specific to Australians and as far as I know there is no other book available like it. It will explain each step on the self-publishing ladder.


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Here's the blurb:

How to Self-Publish in Oz


A step-by-step guide for Australians

planning to self-publish a book.


There’s no better joy to an aspiring author than the arrival of the first book baby. Holding a debut book in your hands, flipping the pages, rubbing the cover and staring at your author picture may seem surreal. Advancements in technology make it possible for you to simply self-publish - if you know how.


This book eliminates the worries from your self-publishing journey by teaching you tips and tricks; what worked for the author and what didn’t.



  • The dozen of self-publishing (1. Write, 2. Drafts/Edits, 3. Register, 4. Market, 5. Layout, 6. Book Cover, 7. Proof, 8. Last Edit, 9. Print, 10. Distribute, 11. Social Media, 12. Website and other marketing).

  • Avoid common pitfalls.

  • Celebrate your ability.

  • The A, B, Cs of self-publishing (Aptitude, Belief, Creativity).

  • Drafts, edits, re-drafts and re-edits and the tricks to help.

  • Network with your tribe for the processes you can’t do yourself.

  • Enjoy the creative freedom of self-publishing.

  • Checklists to make the best decisions to produce a book as professionally as a traditionally published one.

  • Keeping records that won’t dampen your enthusiasm.

  • Free templates


As an indie author of three women’s fiction novels, The Zanzibar Moon, Kendwa’s Secret and Elephant Creek, and freelance writer, Donna Munro can show you how to take the steps. After working in publishing as a book marketing publicist and learning the ropes, she transitioned to self-publishing. She helps other writers achieve their goals by providing newsletters, websites, book design, book covers and other guidance. Skills include excellence in multiple computer platforms and apps, 18 years in the printing industry, writing diploma, graphic design, publishing, administration, marketing and event management.


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