If you want to publish a book, you can do it for free with Create Space, https://www.createspace.com
There are lots of self-publishing venues. They offer different things with different royalties, advantages and disadvantages. You can research this further. You'll find reviews and comparisons on the Internet as well as written up in varies books. You can decide what works best for you.
Create Space is fantastic because you spend zero money up front. Create Space is owned by Amazon. When your book is sold, at that point Create Space gets a percentage and you get a percentage.
MediaFire is a great place to store files and to share files. 50 GB free. After that it's a paid service.
Check it out, http://www.mediafire.com
This is great! Ran across this quote reading a book. Henry Ford said it. Good to keep in mind.
I will admit I get impatient -- and the only time I really do is when people are not willing to do one single thing for their own transformation or the project they want to actualize.
I had someone call me who wanted to write a book. And she told me all she could not do:
--She could not write.
--She could not sit in front of a computer.--She knew nothing about computers.
--She did not do email.
--She needed someone to sit there and listen to her story and write it for her.
--She could not pay, but wanted to live with the writer.
The first time ever I got irritated with a client out loud and said, You have to be able to do something!
And I get smaller versions of this where people simply expect something be done--and they expect you to do it, while they do absolutely nothing.
It does not work that way.
You have to be willing to do everything and anything on your own behalf to affect changes in your being and in your life. Others can support, but they can't do it for you.
The more responsibility you take for yourself and your life, the more you validate yourself as a powerful being able to direct your own life. And that is a place of happiness, peace and prosperity.
New things are always scary. Waiting to feel comfortable before you start is an impossible situation; it's what creates "stuckness."
To feel comfortable, you have to start.
Only in being in the energy of the project will you begin to create comfort.
In the beginning, you may not be able to do much. It will feel disorienting. Of course, scary. But the important thing is to do something, and keep coming back to it. Consistency.
It will feel rough in the beginning, but with repeated effort, things smooth out. In other words, enough energy is built up in the direction you are going so you will not feel strangely disoriented in your own project. The new energy having "taken" it creates a different context for fear, and you can ride it out.
So, when you are afraid to start a project, start it anyway. You don't have to do a lot. Do little. The main thing is to start it. The more you come back to it, even with tiny advances, the easier it will get.