The Ups and Downs of Indie Life

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Nicholas C. Rossis

I wrote this post for Sue Coletta’s blog. Sue is a crime writer and a lovely lady, who offers plenty of great tips and advice on getting traditionally published, pitching to agents etc. As she has focused on that side of publishing, she asked me for a post that explores the Indie side of things, to help her readers choose the route most appropriate to them. I love and support Indie authors, but am upset when people assume this must mean that I hate traditional publishers. In fact, I believe that most professional authors will be hybrid ones in the future. So, here is my guest post.

The Ups and Downs of Indie Life

From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books photo from Allen R. Allen’s blog… with Ruth Harris

I was watching a hilarious Mike & Molly episode the other day. Molly is a new author whose manuscript was recently accepted by a publisher, along with a nice cash…

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