Below is an excerpt from a recent post on Blurb’s blog. This post is sponsored by Blurb meaning I get a small fee for sharing this with you and if you click on over via the links in this post. That being said I have read over this post and think it makes for an encouraging weekend read so I hope you check it out and enjoy it!
Before you take the leap, look over the ledge. The more you know about how self-publishing a book really works, the better off you’ll be in the long run. Here are ten truths that may not be exactly self-evident, but will help you make better decisions, spend less money, and create the book you’ve been dreaming about.
1. Self publishing is simple.
It’s making a book for yourself. No more, no less. You won’t have to pitch your book to a publishing house that likely isn’t interested, you won’t have to hire an agent to represent you, and you won’t have to bargain for royalties and advances. It’s just you, your talent, and publishing and ..
Read on for more at self-publishing industry insight!