Indie publishing the 2017 way – video chat with sci-fi author Nick Cook

When I was first hanging around Twitter, I came across Nick Cook, who was taking his first steps building a presence as a science-fiction author. I watched over the years as his hard work paid off – he found representation and then a book deal with Three Hares Press (which, by coincidence, was founded by an editor I used to work with).

After three books (one for each hare) Nick will publish his next series independently, and asked me onto his video blog to chat about this new and unknown territory.

After years of waving hello on line, spaceships passing in the night, our worlds collide properly for the first time.

We had so much to natter about that we split the video in two. Part 1 is how I came to self-publish, the rewards and freedoms.

Part 2 is the challenges, developing a fanbase for your work even if you make surprising detours (ahem), ghostwriting and the phenomenon of the celebrity author, how indie and traditional publishing co-exist and how they’ll move forwards, and my all-time favourite film. No, I couldn’t choose just one film, I chose three. (One for each hare.)

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  1. #1 by Don Massenzio on November 8, 2017 - 8:29 pm

    Reblogged this on Author Don Massenzio and commented:
    Check out this video chat with Sci Fi Author Nick Cook on the topic of indie publishing the 2017 way.

  2. #4 by Alexander M Zoltai on November 9, 2017 - 3:06 pm

    Reblogged this on Notes from An Alien and commented:
    After yesterday’s post about the inside view of the traditional publishing world, today’s re-blog from Roz Morris is a lovely reinforcement 🙂

  3. #7 by dgkaye on November 10, 2017 - 12:55 am

    Looks fantastic Roz. I’ll be back to listen. 🙂

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