This is an interesting interview, I would not normally advertise a book that I haven’t read, especially one not yet published but I feel that I will be reading and hopefully enjoying this one, on the strength of the hints and observations herein
I would like to introduce you all to David Barker. His debut novel, ‘Blue Gold’ is being published on the 11th May of this year. There is a blog tour being planned for David’s book which I will be taking part in.
David has written a really interesting guest post which I hope you enjoy reading.
Over the past nine months I have witnessed my wife self-publish a children’s picture book, a good friend get published by Penguin and my own debut novel comes out in May with Urbane Publications, a proud member of The Independent Publishing Guild. Each route has advantages and drawbacks. I attempt here to highlight the main ones, as I see them, to help you think about the trade-offs involved in each.
First, the traditional publishing route. You write a brilliant book, submit to an agent who’s interested in your genre, and get signed up. OK…
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