Do this before that: 5 production steps for brilliant books – guest post at Alliance of Independent Authors
A month or so ago, I wrote this advice in a post at the Alliance of Independent Authors: ‘Embrace the traditional publishing process and never rush it. It’s still the best way to ensure a book has proper development, error-catching and finessing.’
Debbie Young, who is editrix there, pounced – and asked me to explain.
So if you hop over to ALLi, you’ll find my concise guide to book production processes, why each phase is necessary and why the order is important. You wouldn’t believe how many times I see carts put before horses in the indie world. Step this way.
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#1 by valeriavescina on February 18, 2018 - 10:59 pm
A very clearly explained point, Roz. Thank you for the article: useful whether one is self-publishing or going with an established press.
#2 by Roz Morris @Roz_Morris on February 19, 2018 - 8:08 am