Why I Chose to Self Publish

Spellbound Scribes

keep-calm-and-support-indie-authorsSo, as some of you know, I announced earlier this week that I’ve chosen to become an indie author. This was not a decision that I made lightly. In fact, if you would have told me six months ago that I was going to do it, I would have laughed at you. That’s because being a traditionally published author is a dream I’ve held for nearly 20 years. However, things change in that amount of time and I’ve come to believe that for me – as for several of my fellow Spellbound Scribes – this is the right path – at least for right now.

I want to be clear that I have nothing against traditional publishing. I may still end up agented and with a traditional house at some point in my career. I am closing the door to nothing.

If that’s the case, why did I decide…

View original post 847 more words

3 thoughts on “Why I Chose to Self Publish

  1. I think social media being prominent now anything can happen, you can build your career from it with the right amount of dedication. Those that go indie are really brave, good luck with it, would love to supportx

    • Happy to have your support! The best thing you can do is buy the books when they come out, write reviews, and spread the word among your friends and family. Thanks so much for being here. It means a lot to me!

Comments are closed.