When did you actually start writing your first book?
Each of your books are indie-published. Did you first try the query route with agents and publishers? What type of research did you do before you chose you source to publish?
Other than completing your novels, what was the most difficult aspect of publishing for you? Advertising and promotion! More than anything, I wanted to share my story with people, but you can't do that if they have never heard of you. Today, there is more competition for readers than ever before. Self-publishing has been a Godsend, but it also means that anyone can publish anything at any time. In some ways, that's fantastic, in other ways, it makes it much more difficult to get your work in front of your target audience. When it comes to promotional sites, there are good and bad, and, like anything, there are scammers out there eager to separate naive authors from their money, so it takes time and effort to find what works for you.
What has surprised you the most about getting published other than the joy of seeing your book in print?
What do you know now about publishing that you wish you knew sooner?
What’s been your best promotion for selling books?
What advice would you give someone who wants to indie-publish? What is the best advice you’ve been given or learned?
What other works do you have in the process?
Any last words you’d like to add?
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