It's no secret that writing a book takes time.
It can be a frustrating, and even isolating experience.
And for the self-published author, it can feel like you're running at two different speeds: trying to keep up with your regular life while also meeting deadlines and responding to feedback from readers.
But in the end, it is worth all the effort!
A lot of people are intimidated by the idea of publishing their own books because they don't know where to start or how much work is involved (or how long).
But if you have an idea you believe in enough to put on paper - then why not publish it?
There are many ways for writers without traditional publishing deals to get their work out into the world today.
Over the years, I've learned a lot about the self-publishing industry from the perspective of an author.
Some of it is good; some not so much.
Here are some realizations that gave me insight into why successful indie authors make the decisions they do:
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