With self publishing being easier than it's ever been in history, do self published authors still consider pursuing a book deal with a traditional publishing company? I share results from the 2018 Thorne Self Publishing Survey. And is there any justification for pursuing a traditional book deal these days?
YouTube video: https://youtu.be/cf0zUOuW_h8
Timestamp show notes (click timestamp to view segment on YouTube):
0:36 How many self published authors consider traditional book deals?
1:47 Considering traditional book deal before or after self publishing?
2:45 Do authors who haven't self published yet consider traditional book deals?
3:47 What do authors expect from traditional publishing book deals?
7:43 Announcement on Self Publishing to Make Money book
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