Category Archives: Self-Publishing

PSA: The Locks Are Coming Open

On Thursdays Kris Rush writes a column called The Business Rusch that is all about the publishing industry. This Thursday’s post (May 16) is a must-read for all independent writers. A LOCK HAS JUST SPRUNG OPEN:  The two main distributors of paper … Continue reading

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How Do You Know You’re Ready To Go Indie?

Do you know the process you use when making decisions?  Are you a list-making fiend?   A feet-first jumper?  Or do you hide at the back of the crowd to watch?  Do you second-guess yourself? Or are you confident once … Continue reading

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7 Ponderables About Indie-Publishing

1. You’re already going it alone in traditional publishing.   For many years the goal of most new fiction writers has been to get an agent. This paragon would open the doors to editors, guide your career, and send you … Continue reading

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