How to get a novel Published ukCan I get a Published uk novel?
The Weekend Read', UK. That angel and the cadet:
After all, how can an Hindi writer publish his novel in the US and UK without publishing it in India?
If you are willing to release it as an eBook, you can consider self-publishing via Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing. During the publication lifecycle you can determine in which regions you would like to make your books available. Should you opt to sell your books only on Amazon's US and UK stores, they will only be available to clients from these countries.
They can select a restricted sales force that makes them available only in the USA and Europe. However, be advised that a client in India can have Amazon's US books delivered to India if they so desire. Only that the delivery costs are sometimes higher than the costs for the books themselves!
The money a writer deserves: Cultural myth
I have been working as a full-time author for almost 20 years. Since there are no salary levels and a very low level of structures, they make interesting job presumptions. It'?s always hard for authors. "This was for 3,000 - this stays a fairly mediocre picture for this type of deal. However, the price of the agreement is still very high. Publishers don't even treat authors as part of the group.
It did not involve their authors. The reason for this choice is the conviction that authors are performers and that performers should do everything they do for it. Nearly a quarter of a million traditional print works are published in the UK every year. Though a ( (mostly) small) prepayment is given by a publishing house, a author still has to make this amount with the sale.
So, how much does a writers have to work for? The UK earned an annual median of £26,500 in 2012. That means that the road to number 1 does not even bring the nation's annual salary (and this may have taken month or even years to produce).
Women authors make only 77 on them. Your book is also less often read or awarded in the conventional media (apart from the prestige Women's Fiction Prize, which was specifically created to restore this balance). Throughout 2005 (the latest available figures) the UK author's avarage number was £28,340, but because there is such a big distortion at the top of the chart, the mean number is much more meaningful.
It is the authors' society's opinion, as I said, that this number has now decreased in reality. I' ll have my book discussed in the local papers. As with all authors, I am living in the hopes that one of these days I may make it great and at least on the way I enjoy what I do.
There is, however, a bigger problem than just a author (even if this author, well, me). When we don't appreciate the inspiring ones (and cash is a sign of this), what kind of civilization do we build?