Self Publishing Tips for Authors
From its humble and dubious beginnings in 2005 to the poise and self assuredness of 2014, self-publishing has come a long way. It has matured, evolved and finally come into its own.
Today, trade publishers, elitists, or established authors do not look down upon self-publishing, it is the self-published author himself who does the disservice. Books with minimal editing or thought are rushed out faster than a school assignment to fill the virtual bookshelves. The vast majority of authors have no interest in feedback or improvement. They don’t need to anymore. Who’s going to stop them from publishing?
As we step into 2015, authors need to embrace self-publishing the way readers have. Readers discriminate between good and bad books not traditionally published and self-published ones; embracing quality without making excuses is the only way forward.
Let’s look at the top 4 Reasons for Self-publishing that are repeated ad nauseam by…
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