A recent post on this blog regarding the traditional publishing industry took some feedback open to dialogue.
Information published through the self-publishing advice blog comes from various sources including published statistics, author experience, key industry opinion, and partially through the experience of the blog’s author, who has first-hand experience as an author with traditional and self-publishing options.
Miller goes on to make this statement, which comprises much of the content and philosophy behind this blog: “Aspiring authors have never had more or better options for self-publishing the manuscripts currently gathering dust in their desk drawers or sleeping in seldom-visited corners of their hard drives.”
Her opinion does not suggest a polemic. Rather, it poses the hypothetical in the circus of a rapidly changing industry. It’s no longer apples to apples.