A Good Review on Basics: Avoiding Writing Scams

This piece from Just Publishing AdviceBlue computer distills some important basic considerations to attend to for those of us trying to learn the book-publishing and marketing process. I get “requests” to submit manuscripts quite often and have usually wondered who it is that’s so desperate to see my work when traditional agents turn down hundreds of submissions each week. This article helps to put the situation in perspective.



Filed under business of writing, ebooks publishing and selling, indie publishing, Marketing books, Money issues for writers, Myths and Truths for writers, Print on Demand for fiction writers, Publishing, Self-publishing, Writing, writing novels, writing scams

7 responses to “A Good Review on Basics: Avoiding Writing Scams

  1. Reblogged this on Pearls Before Swine and commented:
    Must Read Information For Self-Publishers On Promo. / Marketing Scams / Request For Manuscript Submissions From Scammers

    Liked by 1 person

  2. lynettedavis

    Really good advice. The scams in self-publishing are numerous.


  3. lynettedavis

    Reblogged this on Memoir Notes.


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