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Your Self Publishing Journey

Whatever your aspirations for your book,
Xlibris has the expertise to guide you all the way

When you choose to publish your book with Xlibris,
the leading supported self-publishing services provider,
you are in control all the way—
from the delivery of the manuscript to seeing the first copy
of your completed book.

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It's All About Our Authors

Author Spotlight

Author Spotlight

Finding Redemption: How a Lost Manuscript Became an Inspiration and an Award-Winning Book

After forty-five years, Ian Prattis rediscovered a manuscript he thought was long lost—he couldn’t even believe that he wrote it himself years ago.

Redemption was written back in 1975 when Ian was struggling with a failing marriage and an unstable career as a professor. Looking back, he couldn’t believe that he wrote those words in such a melancholic state. The rediscovery of his written work made him realize that many people also suffer from depression like he did and could also overcome that depression in time—like he also did.

In this month’s Author Spotlight edition, Ian talks about how a troubled time in life could turn into something positive and inspirational.

More about his self-publishing journey >

Video of the Month

Herman L. Hinton on Life, Loss, and Kinship

In this fictional mystery, Hidden Relationships of the Homicide Detective, Xlibris self-published author Herman L. Hinton endeavors to restore the concept of family values and loyalties while trying to help the victims of violent crime at the same time. A retired Birmingham deputy chief of police with over 30 years of service, the author has certainly got the credentials to deliver this powerful tale that illustrates the fragility of life and relationships in modern-day America.

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Featured Service

Featured Service

Make Sharing Your Book Possible with a Widget

When people come across interesting or useful information, they usually feel compelled to share it with others—their friends, coworkers, and family. What if readers think your book is worth sharing? Give them the digital means through the Share-Your-Book service, an interactive widget that shows your book cover, an excerpt of your story, purchasing information, and more. It lets your readers share your book through social media, social bookmarks, or e-mail. They can even just copy the link to the widget and paste it wherever they like or embed it on their own website or blog.

Learn more about the service >