When I first started on the crooked road to self/indie publishing, I had to learn a lot of things.
A LOT of things.
So many things that my head hurt. I watched more youtube and amazon instructional videos about how to format, market, price, and edit your own books that I dreamed about coding for weeks.
Well, I tackled the amazon part of publishing, so the natural next step would be to learn how to publish over different digital platforms. I wouldn’t say I’ve mastered the art yet, but I’m getting my feet wet and trying.
On March 1, 2021, IT’S A TRUST THING, my very first self/indie published romance, goes into wide distribution digitally. The book will be available from all these digital suppliers:
So, if you’ve got a nook, or read through Kobo, now is your chance to order the book in that format.
I have to admit doing this terrifies me. I’m so afraid I did something wrong and when people order the book they’ll wind up with digital gibberish instead of text.
So if you don’t hear from me on March 1, it’s because I’m having an anxiety attack! Not kidding. Not even a little.
Who knew at this advanced age I’d need to be my own publisher??? Not me, that’s for sure.
But… if this works out without any mishaps, I’ll be putting WOKE up next on April 1.
If it doesn’t, well, I’m going to crawl back into my writing hole and just….write. Leave the publishing to others with more experience, knowledge, and patience.
Pray for me, peeps. Pray for me…..
Until next time ~ Peg
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2 responses to “IT’S A TRUST THING goes WIDE!”
Good luck for lots of success, Peggy, with ‘going wide’ with ‘It’s a Trust Thing’ and your other indie published books. I hear you on learning all that stuff- I use BookBaby Indie publisher to get my books everywhere, get the ISBN #s & publish the print books, but the last two books I saved a ton of money by doing all my own formatting for print & ebook, and designing/creating my covers.They don’t charge any commission & take care of collecting royalties from every bookseller. But with budget getting tighter, I may do what you’re doing next. Not looking forward to it! Wishing you tons of success- prayers to you for that & keeping your sanity!!!
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