7 Lessons I’ve Learned Since Self-Publishing My Debut Children’s Book (And What Other Writers and Authors Can Learn from My Mistakes)
On December 6, 2016, I self-published my first book, a middle grade fiction novel entitled Breaking Away: Book One of the Rabylon Series via Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) as an e-book. Soon thereafter I published a paperback version (via Amazon CreateSpace on December 12, 2016) as well as an audio book version (via Amazon’s Audible on January 31, 2017) and since then I have learned quite a bit about self-publishing, independent book promotion, and what it takes to make it as a self-published author in today’s uber-competitive and tech-savvy world. It is what I’ve learned that I here to share with you today, in the hopes that it will help you, my fellow writers and authors, to avoid making some of the mistakes I’ve made in the past five months and to find success of your own...
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