In tomorrow's issue of Fab Freelance Writing Ezine, we discuss self publishing.
Here's an excerpt from the article "Seven Self Publishing Secrets – seven reasons to generate self publishing profits":
In this article, let's look at self publishing in terms of publishing a book yourself, because this is a common form of self publishing, and one that's worth considering.Read the rest in the ezine.
If you write a book, whether it's a novel or nonfiction book, and go the traditional publishing route, that is, you get an agent and a publishing house, and the publishing house publishes your book and distributes it around the world, the time from idea to print can be anywhere from two years upwards – say three years.
You'll spend a lot of time on your book, and that time is unrecompensed, unless lightning strikes, and the book becomes a bestseller. Most books do not become bestsellers, in fact most books never "earn out" their publisher's advance.
Technorati Tags: self publishing