Stacey D. Atkinson


How to Publish a Book online course, $99

Are you thinking of self-publishing a book? Or perhaps you are an editor, and you want to know more about self-publishing so you can coach your author clients? 

Consider taking the online course How to Self Publish a Book, designed with authors and editors in mind.

Try the first lesson for free to see if this course is right for you.

This course is designed for you to understand the differences between traditionally published authors and self-published authors; to learn best practices when it comes to writing, editing, and designing your book; to learn how to print and distribute your book; to learn how to use a marketing plan and about marketing activities for authors; to understand the cost of publishing a book; and to know about reputable companies in Canada/United States that can help you achieve your publishing goals.

The course includes the following ten learning modules:

  1. Self-publishing versus traditional publishing
  2. Writing a book
  3. Editing a book
  4. Designing a book interior
  5. Designing a book cover
  6. Printing a book
  7. Distributing a book
  8. Marketing a book
  9. Budgeting for a book
  10. After the book launch 


The modules are hosted on Evernote, and you will receive web links to access each of the ten modules for as long as they exist online, so you can go back to review the information as many times as you like.

Before you begin your first lesson, here are some technical instructions. 

Evernote—a digital workspace online—is how the course will be delivered to you. Once you click on the lesson link, you can choose one of the following options:

  1. View the course page in your own Evernote account.
  2. If you don’t have an Evernote account, you can sign up for one.
  3. If you don’t have an Evernote account and you don’t want one, you can simply click on the lesson link and then click on “Skip” to ignore the Evernote sign-up page that pops up, and then you will be taken directly to the course page.


Here is the link to your first free lesson. 

To sign up for the full course, or if you have questions, contact Stacey at