Traditional or Indie Publishing? Keeping the ball rolling

Originally I assumed that I would use IngramSpark as a printer so that the book would be available to bookstores and libraries. But I had two concerns. First, I wanted better quality than POD (print on demand). Second, it seems that quarantine has provided opportunity for many others to stay home, make sourdough bread, and… Continue reading Traditional or Indie Publishing? Keeping the ball rolling

Traditional or Indie Publishing? One writer’s adventure

It came down to a conversation with my brother, a talented musician who quit his job two years ago to start his own record label, then opened a record store in spite of the challenges of 2020. I had spent almost thirty years developing my literary taste by reading thousands of picture books, writing and… Continue reading Traditional or Indie Publishing? One writer’s adventure