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Scout an Indie and Traditional Path

Scout an Indie and Traditional Path

Posted by Randy StapilusPosted on Tue, 18 Nov 2014in BookWorks

Somewhere in the mix between indie self-publishing, big-company publishing, crowd-sourcing and high-level promotion, for the most popular fiction genres, sits an option launched in October called Kindle Scout. Since this is an Amazon.com project, you'll be seeing more about it. It's not for everyone – and if it were, it wouldn't work – but if you have the right kind of book, it could be useful for you. If it's useful at all, you'll want to know about it before, not after, you publish. But you need to carefully consider all the facts about it before jumping in. Scout...