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How To Publish Your Book On CreateSpace

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HOW TO PUBLISH YOUR BOOK ON CREATESPACE is a step-by-step guide showing authors how to turn their manuscript into a printed book. Complete with photographs and diagrams. The author, Marilyn Clay, has re-published several of her previously traditionally-published books into trade paperback books on CreateSpace. Marilyn Clay is not affiliated with CreateSpace. "I wrote this book because many of my fellow authors kept asking me how I did it, so I wrote this little guide initially to help my friends publish their own books. At their urging, I am offering this guide to everyone who would like to see their own book in print."

MARILYN CLAY is the award-winning author of over twenty books, including twelve novels, two books for children and nine non-fiction titles. She founded, and for sixteen years, published The Regency Plume, an international newsletter focused on the Regency period in English history. A former University Editor with The University of Texas at Dallas, and a professional commercial artist for many years, Marilyn also designed the Romance Writers of America’s RITA award statuette and was presented the first RITA award ever given at the RWA conference in San Francisco the year the new award was unveiled. Marilyn Clay’s fiction and non-fiction novels are all available from major e-book sites on the web.

Look for these historical suspense novels by Marilyn Clay: DECEPTIONS: A Jamestown Novel, A PETTICOAT AND LAMBSKIN GLOVES and STALKING A KILLER, a contemporary murder mystery. Both are available in print and digital formats, as is BETSY ROSS: ACCIDENTAL SPY, a historical suspense novel set in Philadelphia in 1776.

Marilyn Clay is also the author of six Regency Romance Novels, all available as e-books on the web. Two of Marilyn Clay's non-fiction titles, 18th & 19th CENTURY ENGLISH WOMEN AT SEA and HISTORY OF THE WATER CLOSET were named to Amazon's Top 100 Best-Selling E-books lists in two categories.

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