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Beth Reeks' opinion on how the online publication of fiction began the young writer's carreer
I' m not surprised to hear that a fourth of the 100 best Kindle titles on Amazon.com come from indies. I' ve begun to write online. I' m tired of being a werewolf, magician or vampire reader and published my first novel, The Kissing Booth (a recurring high scholastic romantic without any mythical creatures) on a plattform named Wattpad when I was 15.
Lettering forums like these mean that non-professional authors can use their work for free to help spread the word and get answers from users. I' ve been able to publish my novel called Beth Reekle chapters by chapters. More than 19 million visitors were drawn, which finally resulted in a three volume with Random House after they found me online.
They are especially suitable for youngsters who want to learn to write where they can improve their typing abilities. One part of the attraction of a platform like this is that you get immediate feedbacks. Seeing how much money your books have earned, even if they don't make a statement, is a big push of trust.
Then it is not such a big move for authors to go from the publication of their work free online to search in self-publishing textbooks. In order to help me write online, I kept a Tumbler blogs, a Facebook page and a Twitter user area. Controversies about independent publication continue; it changes our perception of publication and makes it more open to all.
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