11 Signs You’re Ready to Self-Publish – by Kim Catanzarite…

on Jane Friedman site:

It’s a tough decision for a writer to make, one of the toughest. All your life you’ve fantasized about one of the big New York publishers buying your book and its subsequent astronomical launch into the stratosphere. But it hasn’t happened yet in spite of your eating, sleeping, and researching the craft of writing for years.

While the non-responses (don’t) come in, and the polite rejections clog your inbox (and your arteries, or so it may seem), the option of self-publishing hangs out there like a flag unfurling in the corner of your eye, waiting for you to take notice and give it some attention. It’s Plan B and has been for a long time.

Are you on the fence?

When do you decide that it’s time to pursue Plan B? When do you turn off the traditional road and drive the indie path? There is no easy answer to this question, but if you take the time to consider the following, you’ll come that much closer to knowing.

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3 thoughts on “11 Signs You’re Ready to Self-Publish – by Kim Catanzarite…

  1. Thank you Jane for sharing Kim Catanzarite’s great article. Good timing, – I’ve sent my manuscript to traditional publishers with some enthusiastic in their replies but ultimately included a no to publishing. So now I’m looking at self-publishing the memoir I wrote on my 93 year old mother who’s just been recognised for International Women’s Day by BORAL as their first female accountant (1949), for her achievements and inspiring other women.

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