Going it Mostly Alone: the Publishing Path of A Perfect Blindness

I was burned out on it. I had several other ideas I wanted to move on to.

Going it Mostly Alone: the Publishing Path of A Perfect Blindness

this forces a gut check: a clear eyed evaluation of the writer’s true commitment and the book’s realistic possibilities of selling enough copies to, at least, break even.

Going it Mostly Alone: the Publishing Path of A Perfect Blindness

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Then, I got a humbling summary evaluation of my manuscript:

Going it Mostly Alone: the Publishing Path of A Perfect Blindness

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I had a simple choice: stick to my artistic guns and refuse to remove the subterfuge and find another publisher, or revise

Going it Mostly Alone: The Path to Print of A Perfect Blindness

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if they can’t print the book because of this, they can keep my deposit and we’ll go our separate ways.

Going it Mostly Alone: self-publishing A Perfect Blindness

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my contact at iUniverse had understood my position well enough after our call to not have wasted my time even offering them.

Changing my mind about Self-publishing Part 4: intake to the alternate Publishing Path

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Things get more serious: Money becomes involved

Part 3: Changing my mind about self-publishing: How to Signal

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In other words, if a publisher gets behind a book, it has to make absolutely sure it really is that good:

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Part 3: Changing my mind about self-publishing: Signaling con’t further

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if a publisher gets behind a book, it has to make absolutely sure it really is that good:

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