Writes Guy Kawasaki, “When a self-publisher successfully fills three roles—author, publisher and entrepreneur—the potential benefits are greater than with traditional publishing.”
This is the thesis statement for his latest book, APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur—How to Publish a Book. If you’re considering self-publishing instead of going the traditional route, this is a guide that can help you on your way.
At NMX 2013, Dan Keldsen from Information Architected sat down to talk to Guy about why he decided to write APE and what the book has to offer to both newbies and experienced writers in the self-publishing world. Check out the interview:
Have you ever considered self-publishing? Guy’s had success with it, but he also has a very well-known name. For someone with a smaller audience or even no audience at all, do you think self-publishing is the way to go, or is getting a traditional publisher behind you the best option? Leave a comment telling us what you think.