historical Scottish Highland romance. She’s yet unpublished, but I know she’ll soon find her place in the literary world.
waffling in indecision of whether to pursue publication via Traditional with an
agent, Indie publishers, or Self-publish on her own.
all, you just want to read the damn book, this is one of the toughest decisions
a new author faces after entering the writing world.
career. There are no do-overs — not unless you reinvent yourself under a new
name, that is. This decision will set your course for the next few years, if
shoot. It depends on a variety of things:
willing to give or take
and money you can invest
willing to educate yourself (which
relates to the bullet point above)
of a few published author friends, I submitted my work to ePublishers. I made
the choice to take a chance on a new Indie publisher when a contract was
the crap shoot. The new ePublisher closed their doors unexpectedly four days
after Remedy Maker hit the virtual shelves. I’d been a signed author for less than six months.
which way to throw your career dart. I don’t think one publishing method fits all. Perhaps
multiple streams of publication is the answer.
|Maybe the mighty Zoltar has the answer.
Indie publisher? Has Self-publication been overwhelming and not what you
thought it would be? Are you happy to write your stories and let your agent or
Traditional publication house handle the rest?