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    • Indie means you promote your own books. It’s a lot of work, it requires a great deal of persistence and focus, and the benefit is that you own your career.

      The drawback is that you’re doing all the work (or paying to have it done) and you don’t get paid until readers find and love what you’re doing enough to buy it from the places where you publish it.

  1. What I want to know is how can I get this awesome book published? It’s not easy living with an alcoholic with adulterous behavior, but through God all things are possible. I do write Fantasy as well.

  2. Hi. Sorry I hadn’t made contact. I have books I’ve written, but haven’t found an agent or publisher for any of them. Yet I keep writing in hopes that someday I will find that publisher. I started out twenty years ago, I’m older and now rocking with the grandma’s… these days rather than write it makes more sense to plan my funeral. I’m 62 years old! I really love to write, and most of my stories are about my life. My husband died last year, I finished my book Three Roses. My marriage was filled with a lot of trials yet I believe that God would change him. We can’t see the end, but if we believe in God’s word we will have the victory.

    • Most writers finish books and send them off without revising them. If you’ve done this, that’s the first reason you haven’t found a publisher yet.

      There may be other reasons, from content and subject matter to what’s currently hot in the market, but if you have not revised, you have virtually no chance of getting anyone to read what you’ve done.

  3. I totally get it. No book is perfect on publication. There comes a point you have to let it go.

    The awesome thing about being indie is that if there are any big booboos, someone will email you. You fix them and republish. With trad publishing, those errors are usually set in stone for the life of the book.

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