Publish and be Damned, not true?

There is an out-dated judgement in the writing world that self-publishing is a last resort for writers who had no success in finding a traditional publisher. While it may have been true before, this outlook has been turned completely on its head with the arrival of services such as Kindle Direct Publishing and Createspace. These […]

via My Self-Publishing Experience — Author – Rachel E. Wollaston

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2 thoughts on “Publish and be Damned, not true?

  1. One other point about traditional vs. self-publishing: from what I hear, mid-list authors these days are expected to do much of their own promoting. If they aren’t instantly successful, they can be dropped fairly quickly. Only best-selling authors get full support from their publishers.

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