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My Publishing Imprint

My Publishing Imprint

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**2020 Gold Medal Winner—Readers' Favorite Book Awards**

Are you planning to self-publish? Do you want to be a publisher?
Don't settle for Amazon's free ISBN until you read this book.

My Publishing Imprint answers these important questions:

  • Do you have to create a publishing imprint to publish a book?
  • Do you need to establish an entity or register a business name if you want to be recognized as the publisher of a book?
  • What are the legal and business considerations?
  • Where does your publishing imprint name appear in public and industry records?
  • How do you research names?
  • What do other indie publishers do?
  • What are the risks of using a free Amazon ISBN?

My Publishing Imprint is your guide to understanding the facts, your options, and the key decisions you need to make before you publish a book. Once made, they cannot be reversed unless you republish your book.

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“This book has substance on every page that you turn. It’s filled with links to resources, guidelines, do’s, and don’ts. He also includes specific people and the way that they have evolved in their own book imprint endeavors, which is helpful when you are learning all that you can about creating a book imprint and the business behind it.” —Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers’ Favorite, Five Stars

David Wogahn
Author Bio

David is the author of the Countdown to Book Launch® series of publishing guides and workbook, and the author of the first LinkedIn Learning course on the topic of self-publishing.

He is a frequent speaker and trainer, including presentations for the Independent Book Publishers Association, the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), the Independent Writers of Southern California, and the Santa Barbara Writers Conference.

Before founding in 2011, David worked for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee, the Los Angeles Times, and was co-founder and COO of the first online publisher of sports team branded websites known today as the CBS College Sports Network.

A native of Los Angeles, David and his family live in Carlsbad, California.