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Finding Yourself A Publisher

December 11th, 2018

In my blog last week I mentioned using your local library to see what’s going on in the magazine world and do your research into what editors want. But I’ve also recently downloaded the BorrowBox app that allows me to borrow e-books from the library. It’s great for when you don’t want to trek across town in the rain with a big bag of books. It also means I can download books to my Kindle Fire that I might otherwise have to buy from Amazon. So it really is a win-win situation and if you don’t already have access to your library’s online catalogue it’s worth looking into. You have 14 days before the book disappears – but you do have the option to renew.

Let’s now look at things from the other side – not the book-reading public, but you as an author. If you’ve tried unsuccessfully to interest one of the commercial publishers or an agent in your work but you don’t have the confidence (or preference) to self-publish then one of the growing number of small, independent publishers might be what you’re looking for. Read the rest of this entry »




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