There is still a lot debate about whether an author should go the traditional route with publishing, or should instead self-publish. One of the arguments against self-publishing is that you incur all the expenses of writing, editing, designing, printing and distributing your book. That is all true. But you also get to keep most if not all of the book sales, depending on your method of distribution. Here is a compelling post by Joe Konrath
about how he has done after leaving the traditional publishing world and embarking on the path to self-publishing. Works for me!
Very interesting, indeed. Makes me want to read his books!
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