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First, many thanks for all the folks who signed on to read Katherine Pym's interesting take on researching for her novels.
Next week I'm hosting a mystery writer, Cheryl Norman. October is Breast Cancer awareness month, and Cheryl's next book has a character who is dealing with it. Cheryl has some strong ideas on the subject she will share.
Back to the subject of this post:
I have been telling folks my next book will be self-published. Well, it ain't so...at least for this time around. The big advantage, as I see it, for a relatively unknown writer to self-publish is that you make more on every book. At my point in my writing (as well as in my life) I am not too concerned about getting rich.
Wings ePress has done a good job for me, producing a good product, both electronic and soft cover. I scoped out all the costs involved in a self-pub. Frankly, I don't know how Wings does it for just the set-up fee they charge if the author wants his/her book in print.
So there it is. Big talker has to eat a little crow.
...anddon't miss Cheryl's post next