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Is it better to self-publish or keep looking for a mainstream publisher?
That’s the question I am always asked when I speak to writers around the country. With the conflicting advice that so called publishing experts offer, I understand why it seems such a difficult question to answer…
Every day, I hear people insist that traditional publishing companies are doomed. Who needs a publisher, they argue, when self-published authors can write and publish themselves in half the time and at a fraction of the cost?
You've probably heard others argue the exact opposite. Only a book published traditionally will ever be taken seriously, or stocked in bulk in high street bookshops.
So who is right? And which approach should you take? My 40-minute free audio programme will help you. Listen to it and you will discover
- which publishing approach is right for you
- the advantages and disadvantages of each option
- why you need to think about who your book is for first
- that what makes writers procrastinate is worrying about what they will do with their manuscript when it’s ready.
So there it is .... how to decide whether to self-publish or go with a traditional publisher… in just 40 minutes…
So please complete the form on the right to claim your free audio programme right now. I look forward to helping you to take this first step
towards publishing your book successfully and profitably.
Very best regards,
Ed Peppitt is an experienced UK publisher, and author of seven books published by Hodder & Stoughton.