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Self vs. Traditional Publishing

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What’s the difference between self and traditional publishing? Is one choice better than the other? I answer these questions and more in today’s vlog.

RELATED LINKS:

On Writing and Income: http://bit.ly/1R4J0CF

Self vs. Traditional Publishing: STOP ARGUING: http://bit.ly/1TLGVLP

Do You Need Connections to Get Published?: http://bit.ly/1SxrK8q

Do You Need a Degree to Get Published?: http://bit.ly/1OaqB8e

How to Get Traditionally Published: http://bit.ly/1ToWzxa

Why Does it Take So Long for Books to Get Published?: http://bit.ly/1nZnmGs

What Authors Control: http://bit.ly/23EkIpP

5 Myths About Authoring: http://bit.ly/1ZxFIuA

Self-Publishing: Not a Plan B: http://bit.ly/1rD8SxB

WHERE TO FIND ME:

BEYOND THE RED links (where you can buy my book)! http://avajae.blogspot.com/p/books.html

Ava Edits (where you can hire me to edit your work)!: http://avajae.wix.com/avaedits

Writability (aka my blog)! http://avajae.blogspot.com/

Twitter (where I spend way too much time)! https://twitter.com/Ava_Jae

tumblr (because pictures! and inspirational thingies!) http://avajae.tumblr.com/

Facebook (where you can like me)! https://www.facebook.com/AvaJae

Instagram (because more pictures!) http://bit.ly/avagram

Goodreads (where you can add my book to your TBR shelf)! http://bit.ly/BtR_

Comments

Fallyn Raine says:

That t-shirt is super adorable. 🙂

Jack neff says:

That is all well and good but finding a traditional publisher who will except your work is also ni to impossible without and agent and good agents are as difficult or more so than finding a publisher!! There are no more over the transom authors being accepted. Unless your Stephen Kings son or wife doing it yourself is really really tough!

Awesome8263 says:

May or may not have just binge watched your videos for the past two and a half hours. school tomorrow…..whoops.

James Englebert says:

What's your opinion on writing convincing character motivations that are not cliche.

Britney Foster says:

I need help! I really care what my book looks like; cover etc. and I want to have a lot of control over everything. But I'm only 15 and I want to get my book out there by the time I'm 17 and I'm afraid that all the business crap of books I can't do on my own. I also think my book could do really well but i might not be able to market it enough and one of my worst fears is that I've spent all this time on it and it'll be stolen from me or no one will read it. I'm stressing out a lot about this. I've looked at both options and I'm still confused! Any advice would be helpful! Thanks! 😘

Erika T. Bus says:

I love this! I'm trying to decide which route I want to go and this is very helpful. Thank you 🙂

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