This post came, literally, out of nowhere. In no way did I intend on taking an hour out of my schedule to write this post, but I wanted to share this article that was delivered to my email and get some feedback on it. It’s a great conversation starter.
According to Derek, the cardinal sin of self-publishing is hubris: foolish pride or dangerous over-confidence.
In brief, Derek explains how many Self-Published authors destroy their own success by getting too excited about their book and being rigid and inflexible.
I also took the time to read through the comments, which were just as interesting as the article. One comment in particular caught my attention:
“But, another factor, aside from the lack of ability of some to admit that they don’t know what they’re doing, is influence. The wrong kind. Authors are usually around other authors online, and the…
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