By Porter Anderson | @Porter_Anderson
Writing on the Ether: Another Leap of Hybrid Faith — New Publishing Routes
In Writing on the Ether at JaneFriedman.com, Porter Anderson looks at author Shanna Swendson’s experience in having a series dropped by her US publisher, picked up by her Japanese publisher, and then finished in the States — being her own publisher. Having been “hit upside the head with the clue stick” by her agent, as she puts it, she’s one of a group of some 20 authors self-publishing with the support of Nelson Literary’s new NLA Digital program.
Read the full post: JaneFriedman.com
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