Part 2: Changing my mind about self-publishing Cont’ even further

What this money buys for a song or a book that would otherwise be lost in a blizzard of titles is the opportunity to get noticed, and if it’s as good as the publisher thinks it is, to sell.

Part 2: Changing my mind about self-publishing Cont’ further

not that Traditional Publishing didn’t pump out quantities of poor quality books for profits: Penny Dreadfuls anyone?

Part 2: Changing my mind about self-publishing Cont’

on most sites, there simply is no wall keeping self-published books outside and in their own ‘lesser’ place.

Going it Mostly Alone

iUniverse and the publishing path of the novel A Perfect Blindness Part 2: Changing my mind about self-publishing Cover proofs went to production Tuesday as planned, but a new concern bubbled up—about lyrics and fair use. When going over the proofs, I realized I had misremembered the lyrics of a song that was playing on a dance floor […]

Going it Mostly Alone

iUniverse and the publishing path of the novel A Perfect Blindness  Part 1  When I decided I wanted to write a book back in high school, there were two ways to get a book into print. The traditional path, which was serpentine and slow, essentially required two gate keepers to say yes: either an agent […]

Going—Mostly—Alone

by wlancehunt in Self Publishing

There, I’ve done it: accomplished one of the items on my list, which is to restart One Candle in the Darkness with a post that hews to its original intent before the Hillary and Donald show derailed it.

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