Writat Empowers Authors to Achieve their Publishing Dreams with Its Free Book Publishing Platform
Authors using Writat's free platform enjoy access to 40,000 distribution channels and an 80% cut of profits
CASPER, Wyo. - April 15, 2022 - PRLog -- For new authors looking to share their works with the world or seasoned authors looking for an economical source to publish their latest work, self-publishing is a popular choice. Writat, an end-to-end self-publishing platform that works with writers across the world, is one recently launched service partnering with authors to make their publishing dreams a reality with its free, easy-to-use technology.
The process of publishing a book via Writat is easy. Authors begin by creating a free account and setting up their profile details. The Writat platform then allows authors to choose a template they want to use that complements their book's genre. The manuscript's copy is then pasted into the template and converted to a PDF format that can be produced in paperback, hardcover, or ebook format. Finally, authors enter their book's metadata, upload the final draft, and select a cover to bring their book to life.
Writat makes it easy for authors to self-publish and earn more on their book sales. Writat authors earn an 80% cut of their book's profits, putting more money in their pockets than other self-publishing platforms on the market. And for those who may want additional guidance in publishing their book, Writat also offers guided publication services to help writers with design services, editing and formatting, and marketing solutions. Writat is also capable of publishing in numerous languages to support authors across the globe.
"In years past, authors had to wait for their big break through a publishing house, submitting many manuscripts along the way and facing rejection after rejection," said Rohan Vij, Founder Writat. "Self-publishing platforms like Writat are transforming the publishing industry, giving authors the power and autonomy to publish their works and get their books into the hands of eager readers without hearing hundreds of rejections and wasting years of their time."
To learn more about Writat, visit www.writat.com.