Thinking of self-publishing? Who better to advise you than 40 writers who have been there, done that and, well, written the book?
Once upon a dark age, self-publishing authors were those who... More > couldn’t get published, had huge bags of cash to hand over to the vanity sharks and enough space around their houses to store the hundreds of copies of their masterpiece, forever to remain unread. Back then, if you were a musician, dragging your little rock band around the pubs and clubs was the only way to get noticed, but for writers, going it alone was a badge of shame, a tattoo on the forehead saying ‘Reject’, a one-way ticket to obscurity.
But then came the Internet and the opportunities for new writers exploded. We could go indie too, develop a fan-base and even become a bestseller (heard of Fifty Shades of Grey?!) without ever having to jump through unpredictable, elitist, publishing hoops. It’s a revolution and it’s still changing.< Less