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self-pub·lished

(sĕlf′pŭb′lĭshd)
adj.
Published by oneself or with one's own money: a self-published memoir; a self-published poet.

self′-pub′lish v.
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As a book publishing company, BookWhirl continues to provide services that accommodate the changing and emerging needs of self-published authors.
Synopsis: Children's books continues to be a thriving part of the publishing industry and a sector in which self-published authors can succeed, especially by availing themselves of "How to Self-Publish a Children's Picture Book" by Eve Heidi Bine-Stock.
This book deals with the challenges and opportunities of the new landscape, from how librarians sort the vast number of self-published books to the fact that Amazon and not the library system is now the database of record for self-published and independent books.
Closer home, former TRAI chief Pradip Baijal stirred a hornet's nest in late April this year through his self-published book, The Complete Story of Indian Reforms: 2G, Power & Private Enterprise.
In February 2014, SPL joined with Smashwords, an ebook self=publishing platform, so that patrons can upload their self-published titles for distribution via OverDrive, which is SPL's primary vendor for ebook acquisitions.
A self-published physical book is said to be privately printed.
Teen Writer Anna Caltabiano: How I Self-Published My First Book.
the nation s largest retail bookseller and the leading retailer of content, digital media and educational products, today announced the launch of the NOOK Press print service, an easy-to-use, fast and affordable service that allows self-published authors and aspiring writers and storytellers to print their own customized professional-quality books.
Here is some advice from New Moon Girls contributing editor Lacey Louwagie, who has written books and essays that have been published by publishers and also self-published.
Indie'' refers to independent publishing, and includes self-published (writer-funded) books, and books published by one of many small, independent publishing houses.
On the sidelines of his workshop titled From Traditional Publishing to eBooks, by a Self-Published Author, Gallacher talked about social media and the future of literature.
The 2014 Digital Book World and Writer's Digest Author Survey divided the 9,210 writers into four groups- aspiring, self-published only, traditionally-published only, and hybrid (both self-published and traditionally-published).