Publishing – What are your options?
You’ve done everything in your power to write a high-quality book. You’ve nailed your book’s idea and core message. Your outline is flawless, and you’ve taken your reader on a journey from where they are now, to where they want to be.
Now you need to make a decision on how you’re going to publish your book.
- Traditional or self-publishing, or hybrid?
- What are the pros and cons for each?
- How do I avoid the vanity publishers and the costly pitfalls of making the wrong choice?
With the advent of eBooks, traditional publishing is no longer the only option for publishing your book. With the advance in technology, the way people read books has changed. Readers can now download their book and start reading instantly without waiting for books to be delivered to their door or a trip to the library or book store.
The traditional publishing landscape has had to change. Now, it is possible for anyone to publish their book without having to go through a traditional publisher. If you take the correct steps to ensure your book is high-quality, it is virtually impossible for consumers to tell whether a book is self or traditionally published.
Which publishing path is right for you?
There is no right or wrong answer to this question, only what is right for you and your book’s unique vision and goals.
If you would like to discuss publishing and the best option for you, please reach out. I’d love to talk to you about your book’s vision and goals and help you publish your most successful book.