Indie Publishing: How to Make Your Big Goal Manageable

Rachael Ritchey

When we last discussed How Not to Get Overwhelmed with Indie Publishing we worked on setting a publishing goal, and today we’ll talk about the breakdown; we’ll get an idea of the separate parts which are easier to tackle.Breaking it Down

If you’ve decided to publish for more than yourself or a select few of your family members then the information we’ll be sharing in the series will be helpful to you in ensuring you don’t become overwhelmed by the plethora of information available.

Prior to the following steps an indie author should already have started an author social media platform (i.e. blog, Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Pinterest, Google+, Tumblr, etc), built a reasonably sized beta reader community, and at least begun the search for a professional editor, which this last one we will discuss in great detail in the next article.

I’m not a lawyer…

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