October 13, 2016 12:49am CST
I'm already more than halfway on my book. I realized I don't want to publish it as an e-book and I think it would best be submitted to a publishing company to be printed as a real book. I just think it's a more mature type of story. Anyway, it's a story about youngster's love gone wrong.. something like that.. but I don't think it would be interesting to teens. I don't know if I should push this through to online sites, I'm thinking of how much it could interest the young readers. I don't know, I'm confused..
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13 Oct 16
Submit your book to a publisher. I have published several books, and until recently I have never considered to publish anything else than a book printed on real paper. I never had any problem to find a publisher, I never sent a manuscript to two publishers : target the best publisher for your book and send your manuscript. The only thing that makes me consider ebooks now are author's rights : with a basic contract with a publisher, you earn only here 8% of the final price, taxes excluded. You can earn more with an ebook, but you will not benefit of the support of a publisher for the promotion of the book. Your choice.