Nick Lewis kindly asked me to share my experiences of self-publishing, using the tools I already have on my desktop, in a 3-part series on his blog. Here's an excerpt from part 2 ...
Providing a printed version of your book is just good business practice, pure and simple. Why? Because different customers have difference preferences. [...] the writer who decides not to offer the customer the option of print is actively cutting out a sales stream. Since most of us who self-publish want our work to be read by as many people as possible, it makes sense to increase choice, not restrict it.
You can read the full article over at the Nick Lewis Communications blog ...
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