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Praise for Perfect Bound

2014 Foreword Reviews’ INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards Gold Winner

2015 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards Silver Award Winner

5 stars. “This savvy book is chock full of valuable information laid out in a very accessible format. . . . Don’t miss this one.”

San Francisco Book Review (read full review here)

“The perfect book for the serious self-publishing (or traditionally publishing) author who wants to know what is needed to make a good book.”

Charles T. Franklin, freelance author marketing assistant (read full review here)

“All the resources and professional insights needed to take your book from ‘written’ to ‘published.’”

D. Donovan, e-book reviewer, Midwest Book Review (read full review here)

“The publishing industry can be difficult to navigate, even for the most seasoned professionals. For self-publishers or those new to the process, having an experienced guide is critical. Katherine Pickett’s Perfect Bound is an indispensable resource for anyone who dreams of making it on his or her own.”

Adam Motin, managing editor, Triumph Books

“This authoritative, step-by-step, behind-the-scenes tour of the book publishing process is essential reading for new authors. For already published authors, too, and for the reading public at large, it provides a useful eye-opener to what usually takes years to learn about the many actions needed to shepherd a book from the initial idea stage to the reader’s favorite bookstore. Perfect Bound is a treasure trove of practical advice for aspiring authors and others who want to understand what it takes to get a book published.”

Warren H. Phillips, former executive editor and publisher of The Wall Street Journal, co-publisher of Bridge Works book publishing company, and author of the memoir Newspaperman

“I intend to recommend [Perfect Bound] to my authors, whether they plan to work through traditional publishers or to self-publish.”

Katharine O’Moore-Klopf, owner of KOK Edit and recipient of the American Copy Editors Society 2013 Robinson Prize

“Freelance editors can use this book to coach their authors in the process or decide which additional services they might provide. You may even suggest to prospective clients that they read the book before they start working with you so they’re better prepared.”

Erin Brenner, editor, Copyediting.com (read full review here)