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Benefits of being a hybrid author: When to self-publish and when to go the traditional route? Part Two: Self-Publishing

Hello again. In my article yesterday, I wrote about being a hybrid author (one who publishes both traditionally and independently) and how my first two books are traditionally published in India as I’m an expat living in America. I’m back today to share my journey into self-publishing, and as I did with traditional publishing, to offer some tips for making your self-publishing experience go smoothly. With my third novel, I changed genres, venturing into the […]

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Benefits of being a hybrid author: When to self-publish and when to go the traditional route? Part One: Traditional Publishing

Never keep all your eggs in one basket. The adage has become more of a philosophy I’ve adopted to navigate various aspects of my life, including my publishing career. So, what or who is a hybrid author? A writer who avails herself of all the publishing opportunities available to her, such as traditional, self and paid publishing, in various combinations, is a hybrid author. She is not turned off by the ever-shifting landscape of the […]

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