The Truth about Self-Publishing

I’m so psyched about self-publishing. I’m holding myself back because producing a book without another round of edits could hurt. Investing in an editor appears to be the right thing to do along side purchasing copyrights from the Library of Congress.

Two obstacles remain: Money and more stories.

Any writer or any professional will tell you to keep your job while you’re writing novels, collections, etc. I know I’ll have to take a risk eventually, but I want it to be a calculated risk.

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2 thoughts on “The Truth about Self-Publishing

  1. As soon as you write something and put your name to it, you own the copyright. There is no need to purchase anything, there is no need to register the copyright, and anyone who tells you otherwise is scamming you.

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