Publishing has gone democratic, and masses of writers gamble on themselves, hoping they’ll hit a readership vein and mine financial profits, not to mention fame and glory. Some go it alone, others circle the wagons and form support groups, read each other’s blogs, offer tips. Some achieve at least one of the things they hoped for. Others don’t.
Like them, I heard the siren call. ‘Dyanne Asimow,’ it said. ‘Time to take the power into your own hands.’
Confessions of the self-published, via the Los Angeles Review of Books.