Kindle revolutionised the self-publishing industry. It meant writers didn't need to pursue the traditional route by submitting to agents and forging deals with publishers. They could publish their work, make all the decisions and retain control over their book. Now the industry is well established, it can become a source of income for the writer - admittedly just not enough to buy that yacht and the mansion though!
That said, the independent writer needs to be well informed about the publishing process and how to make it work for them. This post offers some advice and a few tips. There's nothing new here, this article is an amalgamation of information found across the internet, hopefully, it's concise enough to get you started.
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