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Traditional Publishing vs. Self-Publishing–Either or Both?

Today’s guest post is by author and blogger Joanna Penn, whose terrific writing blog The Creative Penn provides great advice for writers on so many pertinent topics. With permission is reprinted her blog post of April 26, as she has some great insights that will help you sort through the traditional vs. indie publishing debate.

I’m getting a little weary of the hype that seems to suggest authors must either choose traditional or self-publishing, and that in no way could the two ever come together. I also don’t like the polemic that has set authors against each other depending on how they choose to publish. I know this is an emotional topic and people have many different experiences of publishing in its myriad forms, but I wanted to put my thoughts out there and also see what you are thinking on the topic. Continue Reading…

Is the Stigma of Self-Publishing Finally Gone?

Today’s guest post is by blogger Ben Galley, and he’s writing on a topic that is hot right now. Check out his insights and feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.

It’s a sad truth, and one that is almost immediately apparent to most, that self-published works can be immediately dismissed due to their origins. From readers, to blogs, to bookshops, the word self-published is often greeted with a grimace and a groan. Some of you may not have experienced this yet, but I guarantee you will in time. But why is this reputation such a notorious one? And, more importantly, what can we do to escape it? Continue Reading…

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