Do it yourself
All would-be authors dream of getting a book published by one of the major publishing houses, the so-called Big Six.
But in an age when publishing has never been less stable, and alternatives to traditional publishers have never been so plentiful, more novice writers are turning to “cooperative” publishers, a euphemism for self-publishing.
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Budding authors have the right technology to get their books published
If you’ve had your book rejected and are despondent, note what one of India’s most sought-after writers have to say: “I’m probably the most rejected author in the world. I was rejected 47 times by both publishers and literary agents.”
Ashwin Sanghi, who hit pay dirt by giving mythology a contemporary tweak with books such as The Rozabal Line, The Krishna Key and Chanakya’s Chant, is the right person to advise writers struggling…
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