Another question I get asked a lot is how I got started on the indie publishing route instead of going traditional, as well as what I think about the process. I thought it’d be neat to discuss that in my Musings post today, since it’s a question I get asked more frequently than one might think.
Today you get to meet YA author Gabriella Slade and learn more about her writing journey!
I got the honor of interviewing fabulous self-pub author Liz Steinworth!
All of the resources mentioned in the various blog posts compiled into one easy list for your convenience!
When you have finally finished your manuscript and you’ve revised it the best you feel it can be, there comes the moment where you’re most likely going to take a publishing route. Sometimes that publishing route is traditional, sometimes it’s self-publishing. But once you’re on that path, there are a thousand doubts that enter your mind and people start to offer their opinions…
While I love self-publishing for multiple reasons and there are a lot of serious self-pub authors that do as well, I can’t deny that there are a handful of downsides to self-publishing. There are downsides to traditionally publishing as well, but since I’m strictly self-pub at the moment and those of you reading may be interested in self-pub either now or in the near future, I wanted to discuss the downsides of being an indie author with you today…
Today I wanted to discuss some marketing strategies and ideas with you guys. This post is probably going to be more geared toward writers that are looking to self-pub or have already self-published a novel or two, but I hope that no matter what publishing path you’re looking at, you’ll be able to take some of these strategies into consideration!
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