Doors of opportunity are opened wider for writers as self-publishing takes off. For the first time, getting published (and possibly recognized) is no longer a privilege among the likes of Stephen King or J.K. Rowling, but a right many aspiring authors have just recently discovered.
Despite the unwarranted stigma attached to Indie authors and self-publishing companies, the industry is booming. Moreover, writers who have gone off the beaten publishing path reveal that the advantages of going indie outweigh the drawbacks. In this article by Emily Kaiser of The Daily Circuit, renowned entrepreneur and bestselling author Guy Kawasaki, along with other self-publishing advocates, tells us why. Read more.