The future of publishing is in the hands of indie authors

The future of publishing is in the hands of indie authors

SO YOU’RE an indie writer.

What’s wrong with that?

So you don’t have an agent?

What’s wrong with that?

So you don’t have a big-time New York publisher.

What’s wrong with that?

Nothing.

Absolutely nothing.

However, it seems that so many writers, through conversations or blogs, want to apologize for being an indie. They are ashamed they don’t have an agent. They are embarrassed and feel like a second-class writer, maybe even third class, because they don’t have a high-dollar or even a low-dollar New York publishing deal. Read the full article here.

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