Self Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing: The Reader’s Perspective | Jack Woe

Sharing this, because it’s a pretty good article with some pretty good points in it.

I’m in no mood to add my own 10¢ so, read it and form your own opinions.

Self Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing: The Reader’s Perspective
by Jack Woe

The merits of self-publishing vs. traditional-publishing has been discussed at great length in various blogs from the point of view of authors. Never, or very rarely has this been discussed from the point of view of readers; the people that ultimately buy the books. This is my attempt to correct that.

This blog is inspired by The Trials of Self-Publishing: Why I Consider It a Last Resort and Eisler on Digital Denial.
Publication Snobbery

When I buy a book, I don’t consider the publisher at all. Whoever published the book doesn’t matter. This also means I don’t care if it’s been self-published. Not one bit. It does matter how well it’s written and edited — and that there aren’t so glaring grammatical errors I’m not sure what’s being said.

 

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