Ruth Nestvold provides us on her blog with the advantages and disadvantages of self publishing. Thank you Ruth. This is very interesting and to many of us very useful.
I am finally (finally!) compiling my “Starting Out as an Indie Author” series into a book, and since I started this weekend, I’ve noticed a couple of things I still need to add. Since the first part of the book revolves around the question, “Is Self-Publishing For You?” I realized I had to write my own version of the consideration of the pros and cons of indie and traditional publishing. (I have a few more things up my sleeve that I will probably blog about in the next week or two.)
So with no further ado, here’s my take on the debate:
Advantages of Self Publishing
A traditionally published novel can easily take up to two years from the time it is accepted to the time it actually comes out. And that isn’t even counting the years of sending the manuscript out to agents and editors.
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