Indie Authors Go Gaga over Self-Publishing

The-best-time-to-plant-aPeople from all walks of life tread to Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iTunes, Smashwords and other publishing platforms to have their books published.

Reading this, I bet that you are an indie author or an aspiring one.

You have something to say… and want to say them in written words through your self-published books!

Now, you are an indie author (or someday soon, would be).

Who wouldn’t want to be one?

The advent of self-publishing has indeed opened vast opportunities for you as an independent author to not only

  • express your thoughts, feelings or insights
  • share your stories or discoveries that can possibly change the world
  • be heard.

It has made it easier for you to position yourself or create a personal brand that would advance your business and/or career.

To top it all, you can make money from self-publishing with little money or by “mining” only your diligence, talents, knowledge, skills and experiences, connections or relationships and other resources that were there all along but didn’t take notice of.

Self-publishing has truly empowered people to do on their own what used to be the domain of traditional publishing companies.

It has revolutionized the book publishing industry and leveled the playing field.

Now, indie authors are in the same league as the big ones.

It doesn’t matter if you have the backing of a big company or not, whether you have much capital to invest or not, whether you’re a seasoned writer or just starting down the road to writing and publishing.

Whether you’re old and dying or just a 7-year old kid… black-skinned, brown or white; male, female or LGBT.

Who cares who you are?

What matters is what you have to tell and bottle up in your self-published book.

If you haven’t started writing your book yet, now is the perfect time!

What’s holding you?

You can do it.

Please leave your comments below. I would love to hear from you!

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