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Conventional or e-publishing: consulting for first-time authors
After all, every writer's fantasy is to be published. There is no editor willing to investment in your script; no experienced novelist is willing to give you a recommendation; you have little or no self-publishing funds; no assurance that anyone would buy, let alone study your work for free.
Everybody wants to see great wigs. There are two alternate publication pathways that you can use as a first author: conventional publication or online publication. So, are you following a publisher's agreement or considering to sponsor yourself? Do you want your books to be printed in bookstores throughout Germany? In order to opt for conventional publishers, you need:
I suspect you have no big budgets, no enthusiastic admirers, no publishers' assistance, no connections to opinion leaders.... and no famous names in the publishers' world. I have published my first anthological poem as a traditional work. Although the volume was widely distributed (no boast!), it was published on debts and did not do well.
This is because we did not meet the above requirements for conventional publication. I was there and I learned: e-publishing is the essential plan a first writer can go from'Point Zero' to'Mount Hero'. It' an excellent choice for first-time writers.... any entry-level writer at all! Once you have built up a large public (e.g. 1500 e-mail subscribers), your script is published as an e-book without having to spend a gobo.
You will not immediately be selling up to 500 of them. I' ve published my second prime product this way, and the whole thing works so well that anyone can do it. In a few month you could release another one and still be selling more. Browse the diary and e-books (if they have great assets) bring you medium of exchange, racing-ventilators, union with publisher and influencer, and a conspicuous repute in the writing gathering.... the close premise you condition for handed-down commerce.
After all, e-publishing is a precursor and an addition to conventional publication. It is the safest way to achieve publisher dominance, apart from being a great, standalone one. Which questions do you have about the publication processes and issues?