Learn some of the reasons that go into deciding if you should self-publish (vs. traditionally-publish), where self-published authors can cut if they’re on a tight budget, what aspects you shouldn’t skimp on, why beta readers/critique partners are crucial, author platform, and more in this special collaboration with Natalia Leigh, indie author of HIGH BORN and WAY OF SPEARS.
This is the first video in a two-part series on self vs. traditional publishing. The second video is available on Natalia’s YouTube channel.
Self vs. Traditional Publishing: Part 1 | Collab with Natalia Leigh
Natalia Leigh is the author of self-published novels HIGH BORN and WAY OF SPEARS, and she is about to dive into the query trenches with her new young adult fantasy, SONG OF THE DRYAD. She enjoys sharing writing tips and updates on her writing journey via her YouTube channel. When she’s away from her computer, you’ll usually find her caring for her many pet-sitting clients or honing her practice on a yoga mat. She connects with readers and writers via YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter.
- YouTube: www.YouTube.com/NataliaLeigh
- Twitter: www.Twitter.com/NataliaALeigh
- Instagram: www.Instagram.com/NataliaALeigh
- Website: www.NataliaLeigh.com
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