If you were to publish a novel, which one would you opt for, traditional publishers or the P.O.D?
At first I started sending my novel to traditional publishers. All I got were rejection slips. Then I decided to self publish instead. I went with Authorhouse for my Black Roses mystery. I would do it again, but next time I think I would just pay the bare minimum just to get it published. It's a hard industry to get into. Some just get very lucky.
by MordechaiZoltan7 years ago
Hi! Thanks in advance. Does self publishing a piece of work limit it's ability to be published through more traditional "bricks and mortar" routes?
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