Sunday, November 03, 2013

DAY 3 - Indie Publishing Panel

Indie Publishing Panel -5 pm central time 

1. Ann Clay
2. Rose Jackson-Be​avers
3. Ruthie Robinson
4. Frances Frost
5. Rita Karnopp
6. Stephanie Casher
7. Marissa Monteilh
8. Dr. Linda Beed

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F. D. Davis said...

Good morning ladies,

What is the best and worst thing you like about being an Indie Author?


Anonymous said...

Good morning Dyanne. For me the best thing about being an Indie publisher is the opportunity to grow as it pertains to the writing and business side of the industry. In terms of the worst, I struggle with that question because I view each challenge as a teachable moment that helps me to grow.

Linda Beed

Marissa Monteilh said...
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Marissa Monteilh said...

Hello all! Dyanne, the best thing about publishing independently is that I can make my own decisions about release dates, covers, etc. The tough part is that the entire process takes more time, which means there's less time to write other titles - but it's so worth it. Time management is crucial! Thx for asking.

Marissa Monteilh said...

I'll be back for the 5:00 CST discussion. Looking forward to it!

Ann Clay said...

Good afternoon everyone. Have been enjoying the conference thus far.

Ann Clay said...

The freedom to decide when & how to publish is great. What is not realized is the fact that the process is the is same. The worst part is finding a decent editor. It's still a struggle for me

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