How to use Track Changes in Google Docs
Google Docs allows you to track changes, approve or reject changes made by others, and make comments in the margins. When you make changes, your editor or writer will be able to see them, and you can leave comments for your editor or writer to review....Learn more
How to convert MS Word docs to Google docs (or vice versa)
Sometimes you have a document in MS Word but you’d like to work on it in Google Drive (or vice versa). To do so, you’ll need to upload your Word file to Google Drive (or download your Google doc to MS Word)....Learn more
How to use Track Changes in MS Word
Track Changes allows you to track insertions, deletions, and formatting changes when you edit documents. Your editor or writer will use Track Changes so that you can see any changes they make to your manuscript. They’ll also leave comments for your review....Learn more
Suppliers FAQ
The PubLaunch Marketplace allows writers to browse and hire suppliers (editors, illustrators, cover designers, etc.). Any writer on PubLaunch can build a team of suppliers for their publishing project using the Marketplace, see the price for each supplier and the overall project, and pay for services....Learn more
Writers FAQ
The PubLaunch Marketplace allows writers to browse and hire suppliers (editors, illustrators, cover designers, etc.). Any writer on PubLaunch can build a team of suppliers for their publishing project using the Marketplace, see the price for each supplier and the overall project, and pay for services....Learn more
What genre is my book?
When writing your book, it should be obvious what genre it will be while you’re writing it and once it is published. Books do best when they have a definable genre; if you’re having a difficult time finding out what your book’s genre is....Learn more
How to find out word count
There are few different ways to find your word count. First, open your document in MS Word. The quickest way to see your word count is to look at the bottom left-hand corner of your document window. There you’ll see the number of pages and words......Learn more
What’s the difference between the query letter and book proposal? Do you need both?
A query letter to a literary agent is essentially telling them about your book, your intended audience for it, who you are, why you think they are the right agent for the book, and asking them if they want to see your proposal.....Learn more