Which side of the aisle are you on? When eBooks first came out, there was a lot of confusion as to where books and publishing were headed, now self-publish companies offer better printing than in the past. It's getting harder and harder to get a publisher to notice you or even look at your work. So, how many years should you wait to get your work printed and make sale? I had one person tell me that, I had to have an online following first and get a literary agent. So, what is a writer to do?
Which side? Both, and also the middle (digital-first small publishers).
It's a publishing model not a religion or a marriage, you don't have to be exclusive.
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