YA Author Kiera Cass self-published THE SIREN when she couldn't find any takers on the traditional publishing route. The decision worked out very well for her, and her latest novel is currently being presented to traditional publishers by her new agent from the Caren Johnson Literary Agency.
Kiera has graciously agreed to take your questions about self-pubbing this week and provide answers next Tuesday.
And because Marissa and I aren't shy, we'll start the questions off:
- Would you recommend paying for a printed version of a self-published book, or going purely the digital route?
- What's the best way to self-publish a printed book?
- What are the options for self-publishing digitally?
- Does self-publishing hurt your chances for finding a traditional publisher later?
- What was the most surprising thing you learned as the result of self-publishing THE SIREN?
Please post your questions in the comments.
P.S. Want to know more about Kiera's self-publishing journey? Read her earlier WOW Wednesday post:
Kiera Cass on Going It Alone