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What Goes In The Front Matter Of Your Book?

What you include in the front matter of your book depends on the information you want to impart to your reader to help enhance, explain, or set things up.
galley letter

How to Write a Galley Letter (And Get Book Reviews)

Galleys, or advanced reader copies, are important to your book promotion, and so is your galley letter. You want to put your best foot forward with reviewers and by following these tips, you'll be off to a good start.
BookBaby Author Services

New and Expanded BookBaby Author Services For Self-Published Authors

Our Amazon Priority, Book Metadata Optimization, Query Letter and Synopsis Editing, and Book Marketing and Consultation programs are all part of the growing list of BookBaby author services.
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Your ISBN: Answers To Frequently Asked Questions

Of all the mysteries surrounding the process of self publishing, the ISBN ranks among the most intimidating to many new authors. We're here to allay your concerns and give you answers.
book metadata

Tell your book’s story with metadata

Do you know how to market with book metadata? You’re a writer, and you probably hate all those geeky computer terms that people toss around when they’re trying to point out something you haven’t done. But metadata is important if you want your book to go far and wide. So what is metadata, and why do you want to take advantage of it?
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Here’s a small sample of some of the questions received at BookBaby customer service:
What is an ISBN

What is an ISBN and Why Does My eBook Need One?

What is an ISBN? It's a unique bar code necessary for your eBook so retailers can identify it in the digital marketplace and report sales accordingly.

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