The #1 Mistake New Self-Publishers Make That Leaves Them Vulnerable to Publishing Scams – by Anne R. Allen…

Publishing scams target babes in the woods

I hear about new publishing scams all the time. Sometimes scammers approach me personally, but more often I hear a sad tale of woe from some newbie who has fallen for the latest con.

This week I realized that almost all the victims of publishing scams have one thing in common: they don’t understand the most important part of the digital self-publishing revolution that started in 2009.

This is the thing you MUST understand in order to be a successful indie author:

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4 thoughts on “The #1 Mistake New Self-Publishers Make That Leaves Them Vulnerable to Publishing Scams – by Anne R. Allen…

  1. Thanks Chris for sharing Anne’s excellent article. I’ve received soooo many “have I got a deal for you” phone calls and emails. It was/is heady stuff being offered interviews, international book fairs etc, not to mention my book being recognised! But a few calculations as to how many books need to be sold @ a dollar or two royalty just to recoup the outlay … No thanks.The caller will apologise for interrupting your day and then spend up to 1/2 hour pedalling their great offer. I just say send me an email and now I have a few replies depending on the services that they offer and I copy and paste the relevant one. It is quicker, and they’ll send emails anyway along with more phone calls if they don’t get the ‘”right” answer on their first call.
    I’ll share the article/link. Enjoy your day 🙂

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