Either an author or a publisher be

7 thoughts on “Either an author or a publisher be”

  1. I can completely sympathise about trying to self-publish when you’ve done all the rest of the book, the most important part – writing it!! I think we ‘novelists’ are expecting so much of ourselves… to do it all. It’s such a different activity from the actual writing. Fine, I guess, if you are a techie. I admire you for doing it. I know for myself that I want the support of a publisher, and SilverWood Books have been fantastic!! Good luck with it. I’m sure the book will be great, and lovely to hold in our hand and read.

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    1. Thanks Harriet. In some ways I don’t mind the process because it is copletely different from writing – rather as editing is. I think I would just like to be more of an expert!

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  2. I completely understand that feeling. I too published with FeedARead and it took a couple of months before I felt happy with what I was doing. I would have loved some help with the final book but it must have been alright because I did it again with the last book rather than go with a publisher who would have done that for me.
    Good luck with it all Ali and I’ll look out for you on the FeedARead list. 🙂

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  3. Hi CArol – yes, I think I would have liked more time to get to grips with some of the finer points. I suppose I can always have a second edition!

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