Welcome to Voices of Fiction.
We continue our discussion on publication choice, traditional or self-publication.
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Website, Blog, Amazon
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Welcome Authors! It's wonderful to have you back.
What is your publishing method choice: Traditional or Self-Publication? Why?
Vicki Batman - I choose a
mix because it's like the stock market--don't put all eggs into one basket. If
something no longer works in one area, then being in another one can be
Karenna Colcroft - For the most part, I prefer traditional publishing. I'm not very business-minded, so having someone else deal with the paperwork and bookkeeping, as well as supporting me with promo and marketing, is very helpful to me.
Carole Ann Moleti - I am
sticking to the traditional publishing method for now. I am not a good editor
and can't do my own cover art. Plus, if I had to do all that formatting,
uploading, and distribution, I wouldn't have time to write and market my
Pembroke Sinclair - Technically,
those two choices don't fit my publishing method. My publisher is an
indie publisher, a small house that does both eBooks and the occasional print
version. In a way, it's like traditional publishing because the books go
through an editing phase and get a cover, but they aren't placed
in physical book stores. I prefer this way because no traditional
publisher wants me and I don't have the time to self-publish. Either
way anyone chooses, though, the most important thing is to get your books in
the hands of readers.
Thank you all for joining us today.
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