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My Take on Indie Publishing – 90 Days After Releasing The Galactic Mage Book One

Well here I sit, exactly three months since putting out my book, and I am completely blown away. I cannot believe how unfathomably cool readers are, how cool people who read ebooks in particular are. The completely mind-blowing acceptance of indie authors in the reading universe is so amazing, and I really believe that the publishing industry will never again be the same. It can’t possibly be—unless big money figures out a way to crush it (which they are trying to do).

A few years ago, and on back into the darkness of time, publishing your own book was like painting a black X on the front door of your authorial career. “Beware!” declared the stigma, “This dude sucks! Nobody wants him. His work is diseased and foul. It will never sell.” Continue reading My Take on Indie Publishing – 90 Days After Releasing The Galactic Mage Book One