NO REJECTION SLIPS! PUBLISH YOURSELF!

NO REJECTION SLIPS! PUBLISH YOURSELF!

Post by James R. Thomso » Thu, 01 Feb 1996 04:00:00



NO REJECTION SLIPS!  PUBLISH YOURSELF!

Why not publish yourself?  You have all the ingredients to be a successful, published author.  "The
Self Publishing Manual", by Dan Poynter is your recipe!  

This manual has shown thousands of people how to break into print.  You can be a published
author too.

The new, revised 8th edition is now available!  E-mail me today at

Or, visit us on the internet at http://www.holli.com/~pelicore/tarzan/pubinfo.html

 
 
 

NO REJECTION SLIPS! PUBLISH YOURSELF!

Post by Ralph Hanco » Fri, 02 Feb 1996 04:00:00



Quote:> NO REJECTION SLIPS!  PUBLISH YOURSELF!

No distribution network! Get on your bike and go round all
the local bookshops!

No advance! Live on potatoes while you're doing this!


- who has written five books for various tacky publishers
  and knows a certain amount about the business

 
 
 

1. Announcement: Free SigMaker trial published - put your signature to a font, do it yourself!

Free trial version of SigMaker 1.3 is available at major shareware stores or
directly from http://www.fontlab.com/sm_main.htm

Use it to add your signature, company logo or any other symbol (Euro symbol,
for example) into any TrueType font installed in your system. SigMaker
includes autotracer, so it can accept bitmap images (TIFF or BMP) as well as
EPS outlines.

This version works for 14 days and allows to export up to 3 fonts. Online
register/purchase module comes with the program.

Yuri Yarmola
FontLab Developers Group
www.fontlab.com

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7. ! WORK FOR YOURSELF--- MORTGAGE INDUSTRY_____

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9. Help: do-it-yourself HP LaserJet Soft Fonts

10. Font used in the Bibliohèque de la Pléiade of publishing house Gallimard

11. Adventures in Multilingual Publishing

12. Help! Searching for Published Fonts

13. Looking for "Printer's Apprentice" mention in Publish Magazine