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Indie Authors Lost In The Haystack?

Indie Authors Lost In The Haystack?

Posted by Ron CallariPosted on Fri, 26 Sep 2014in BookWorks

Yes, while self-publishing has created new opportunities for us to by-pass the traditional publishing system, the harsh reality we’re now faced with is how to be found. It’s great that as a collective group of indie writers, we all have the same chance of reaching our audiences unencumbered by a publisher. But guess what? Unless you’re marketing your work in a box set with other authors, strength in numbers doesn’t necessarily work in our favor this go-around. In this case – for most of us – by taking a seat in that proverbial same boat, we all just became each...