Debby Gies is a master of many things, not the least of which is indie publishing. Head over to Sacha Black’s blog to read Debby’s excellent guest post and garner some very important tips on editing and formatting your manuscript, writing your book blurb, and developing your cover…
Writers have a shit load of decisions to make:
Who to kill today, knife em or hang em, daily word count totals, book prices, whether to drown your book blurbing sorrows with vodka or wine… the list goes on.
But one of the biggest of all decisions of all is whether you’re going to run the rat race to traditional publishing, or push the shiny red button yourself and claim the indie badge.
I made my decision. My blood runs thick with indie colours.
Publishers have their place, I’ll never see my books in a store *weeps* but that sure as shit ain’t enough of a reason for me to go begging book in hand to their doorstep.
Maybe there will come a time when I might need them and I’ll wander up tail between my word covered thighs. But I haven’t slaved over my book for two sodding years, only to be told…
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Thank you so much T for sharing this post for me and Sacha. ❤
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It was a pleasure, Deb. The post is so well-written and informative, and I’m very pleased to help spread the word ❤