It Ain't Over 'til it's Over

The ability to publish independently is a boon for authors. It means we’re no longer restricted to traditional publishing avenues, and that any writer – provided they have adequate resources (an important caveat) – can take control of the distribution of their work. With this control, however, comes a fundamental requirement: providing readers with the best possible version of our writing. Now, I’m sure you could name a few traditionally published books released in recent years that don’t meet this requirement, but those authors can (perhaps) shift blame to their editors and publishers for not catching their clichéd and/or hackneyed writing, and poor grammar etc. Independently published writ

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