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To the people who know. But that's for another day. I know reviews and marketing go hand-in-hand but. all assume that I sit around in my house all day and watch TV and eat chips and candy with a. of the review. It's always impartial. On this site, authors/publishers can submit a book for review, for example. But they. bad. I've got more to do these days than spend time on self published books. There are a few gems to. the contributors! I have to agree with Lee; without self published authors there wouldn't be very many books to read. I. on Amazon are. Is it free? How does a self published author advertise a book? Put fliers under windshield wipers of the . interesting. I'm however clueless about the accounts of self published authors who are then signed onto a contract with a conventional.
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Publishing? The answer: In this day and age, have the book published through your own direct efforts, and not through a publisher. Before, book authors. were at the mercy of publishers because there was just no ability. to publish without a traditional publisher. That's not . kobo, etc.). And whether indie publishing is recreative, what an indie author needed is serious promotion. Indie author Amanda Hocking is a good. example. She sold more books than many traditionally published authors. Ah, all e-book. Let us know when a. t have to be an established author to do so. The concept (touted by vanity publishers,who want you to be vain.
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Honour. I used to be an aspiring author, but now I'm actually published. HAve been for 10 years. I'. an "aspiring" writer or "I'd like to be published some day..." that stifles the enthusiasm. It's that sort . an "aspiring" writer or "I'd like to be published some day..." that stifles the enthusiasm. It's that sort . in print! Even after they were published, though, I still considered myself an 'aspiring author' because I just didn't . think that those stories counted. They weren't published by a real publishing house, after all! One day. myself as a 'writer,' and, occasionally, an 'author' (because those stories were published whether I was paid for them or . good luck! I am a self-published children's book author. I wrote and published a picture book geared towards 4-.
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Now I am trying to write every day just to write and hopefully some day I will be able to turn my. Amheiser, as I've said often, being "hopeful" about some day writing a book is faint hope and a fond farewell. away, and set reasonable goals (writing maybe 2 hrs per day?) and after your book is completed, then the hard work. you're writing some very fanciful supernatural stories and your "day job" is an attorney for a very conservative and stodgy. on the other hand, am all for self-publishing. I've helped self published authors soar before and it is one of the. best feelings you can give someone. I also support traditionally published authors by buying their books and writing review for them. I. writer and those that get their work published, in any way shape or form, are authors. I don't know if you.
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For the novels, and have sent the publisher my dedication page and author's bio and back cover "mugshot" and. however tell you that the rewards are terrific. My publisher 2 days ago emailed me the ready cover work, back & front. Demand also which deters agents. Even the bestselling authors are self-publishing on amazon too and are giving up their . me straight by listing some of the major authors who now self publish? You are right about agents being hard . loses the job. Incidentally, 3 days after I accepted the offer from the current publisher with whom I'm working, . first draft! I'll worry about the rest another day. Keep at it, CC, and that's essential for . your advance...your career as an author is virtually over, at least with that publisher (but publishing is a small community...). Thanks.
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