Should I Use A Publisher? 10 Questions To Ask | Just Publishing

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Some excellent points on publishing from Jack.

Have We Had Help?

Given what happened to Leila Samarrairecently, she has now learnt the hard way that everything is not as it seems in the often murky periphery of the literary world. Happily Leila has now found someone trustworthy to translate her work Till Words Do Us Part, from her native Serbian into English.

The accompanying post below could not be more timely, or indeed relevant, not only for her but for all of you. As usual, Derek states the blindingly obvious. Like myself, he has been writing for years. If someone like Derek or I don’t drum some much needed common sense into your heads, who will? Remember that both of us have learnt the hard way. So pay attention!

Face it people, we’re in a cut-throat business. The writing game isn’t for the faint hearted, easily offended, or the blissfully naive among us. If you want to survive within…

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2 thoughts on “Should I Use A Publisher? 10 Questions To Ask | Just Publishing

    Jack Eason said:
    March 27, 2015 at 5:56 pm

    Thanks for the reblog Jo ❤ xx

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      jorobinson176 responded:
      March 27, 2015 at 6:04 pm

      Pleasure Jack. 🙂 I originally planned on submitting to agents for African Me, and only self published because of where I was living at the time and the restrictions. Just lately I’ve been leaning towards submitting my books to trad houses, and your post was a wonderful breath of fresh air as far as the wonders of the Indie world. Thank you for putting me back on the right path. XXXXX ❤


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