As a self-published author, you’ve put a lot of money into your book and getting it “out there”. It will be a while before you break even, let alone start turning a profit. So when you see people talking about lending out your book, or people borrowing it from a friend, should it stress you out?
I’ve learned a lot over the last year when it comes to publishing your own book. It has been fun, stressful, exciting, and a source of great anxiety. There are innumerable ways to cut corners and save money, or save time (but alas not money).
With all the options available for outsourcing various tasks, it really is a mix and make your own publishing cocktail kind of time in the industry! This is great for authors who want to get their books out there, but can also be a little tricky to navigate.
Yes, I know I’ve been MIA. But I am here to explain to you why, and what all has been going on behind the scenes! Continue reading A Sherlock Update on Transgression and a RELEASE DATE CHANGE.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
I usually post on my blog on Tuesdays. This week, I am going to be posting an update on what this self publishing journey has looked like so far, and what the road looks like ahead.
Can you really stay motivated, and self publish a novel, by being a productive procrastinator? Yes.