Today is my day on the Spellbound Scribes’ blog. Ever wonder what goes into self publishing a paperback book? Come check it out!
As you know, if you’ve been following along with my posts, I have a new release coming out on June 1st–less than a month away, EEEEEP!
Being self-published that means a few different things than it does for a traditionally published writer–including being able to try out a Friday release instead of the traditional Tuesday. And, as we’re all writers here, offering insight into the whole writing process, I thought I’d share a little bit of that with you guys.
The beginning is exactly the same. We all start with a spark of inspiration, then develop that into a story, then kill ourselves over the next 4 to 156 weeks trying to write the damn thing.
Then we put the book away (or at least, we should). For me, I’ll set a book aside for between 1 to 6 weeks depending on how difficult the book was to write…
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