I'm brand-new, and I don't know the protocol here. I have a few fiction books that have never been published, but I created a web-site and put them there, but I've sold nothing. I can remove them, if necessary, or do I put a link to my website?
If linking to the website is not permitted:
If you let book-length mss. happen, how can an entire book exist on this site without slowing down the system? Or is there a provision for putting them elsewhere, or inviting someone to buy an electronic copy for, say, eight dollars?
Yes, you can post up to two links to your websites in each Hub. No, I wouldn't recommend trying to publish your book here, even split up into multiple Hubs.
I wrote a Hub about publishing your novel - not allowed to post a link here but you could check my profile.
someone sent me a great link where you can go and self publish, but i just went to find it and the hub has been deleted. If you search self publishing I am sure you will find many hubs on this subject.
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