As an indie author, I focus most of my budget on editing. One, because I want to get a FANTASTIC book out there, and two, indies in general have a bad reputation. And that bugs me. Some of us put really terrible stuff out in the world, I won’t deny it. But then again, so do many trad publishers.
Anyway, putting a high quality book out there means my budget for everything else is quite…restrained. And making a book is not JUST about writing and editing, oh no, my friends. I wish it was.
So here are a few things that you, as an indie on a tight budget, will need to take care of (besides writing a great book):
1. READ Read as much as you can. You’ll learn by assimilation and best of all, without particularly noticing. So devour those pages. 2. PICK A NARRATIVE MODE AND STICK TO IT. Look, your narrative mode is not the reason…