If you’re planning to trek through the non-fiction realm of authorship as a traditional author, you’re going to have to write a book proposal.
Here at the Wise Ink blog, we’ve talked in length about how the biggest problem with self publishing is the stigma.
Last week we took you through five myths about self-publishing, so now it’s only fair we take a look at how the other half lives!
In the wake of self-publishing’s meteoric rise in popularity over the last few years, there have been plenty of misunderstandings about the industry.
Although it has only recently, with the advent of online purchasing and ebooks, become a household term, self-publishing has always existed as an alternative to traditional publishing. Here’s a list of some of the most influential writers of all-time who decided to self-publish.
What’s the difference between a self-published author and traditionally published author making their way in the writing world?
Best-selling author James Patterson recently pledged $1 million dollars of his own money to independent bookstores all over the country.