Traditionally published or independently published? Does it matter? Author Nonnie Jules lays it out for us in this no-nonsense comparison. I know what I choose!
You all are begging me to write this post, aren’t you? Yes, you really are! If I see one more bio or tweet that says #TraditionallyPublishedAuthor, I am literally going to scream!
What exactly does that mean anyway? What are you trying to tell us? Does that mean that your books are better than #IndiePublished books?
Seriously? Is that what you fell for? Ha! Well, they fooled you, honey, so please wipe that silly look off your face; and close your mouth.
Here are the facts…
*They say that being traditionally published brings prestige. Well, maybe 15-20 years ago it did. Listen, saying to me that you’re traditionally published, is going to get you the same reaction as one of those Sunday-only Christians telling me they live in church all week. (FYI, I watch my purse closer in church than I would if I frequented a smoke-filled bar 5…
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