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Indie or TRADITIONAL? That is the question!

Listen in to any group of writers and before long, you will hear them debating the advantages and disadvantages of self- and traditional publishing. There are for and against on both fronts – what is more important is to decide what you want to achieve as an author.

Many writers harbour a dream of seeing their work on the shelves of a bookshop and believe that a traditional publishing house or small press is the only way to make this happen. However, recent years have seen thriving print-on-demand businesses that serve both the indie and traditional community. The books they produce are high quality and they can deliver a book per individual sale or print a short run for bookshops to stock. The trend

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