Did you know that every time you print something off your computer, you are electronically publishing your writing? Of course, that’s not exactly what we are talking about, but it’s a fun thought. More seriously, there are times when self-publishing can be challenging but more cost effective in the long run and other times where printers can make the job more effective for the money you dish out. So how do you choose which method is the best? Let’s break down the two ways of getting published:
As you can see, the choice of what steps to take next are yours. Your circumstances and goals will help you decide which publishing method is the best option for your book.
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