Are we totally eliminating any chance we may have of finding a publisher when we have already published these stories here on HP?
Not necessarily, because unlike some other sites, you can delete your Hubs at any time if a publisher doesn't want them published elsewhere.
However, if people can read them all here, they're not going to see the point of paying for them, are they?
by Danielle Clemmons3 years ago
If there are any professional, published authors here on hubpages (and I'm sure there are tons of you guys) I was wondering if someone could tell me if self-publishing is good or bad, and maybe give a couple of pros and...
by akeejaho8 years ago
Well, this has got to be a first. I signed into HubPages because I needed to prove to myself that I could attract readers. I needed to prove this to myself. I have a few that read my things, and it...
by Dorsi Diaz6 years ago
I know some of the hubbers here have books published, and I am in the process of working seriously at my first book ( I have 2 other books that have been on a back burner for a while)But the one I'm working on now I...
by CherylAnne Nelson8 years ago
Hi, Does anyone know anything about the company Publish America? I sent my childrens story manuscript to them without illustrations and they apparently liked it because they want me to submit...
by Eiddwen5 years ago
What opinions do you have on self publishing?
by Cindy Murdoch4 years ago
And, when having to deal with self-publishing or writing in general, do you give out your social security number to everyone or have you gotten a tax ID number and are using that?
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