February Romance/Erotica Author Interview Answer #2 “ What is your choice: traditional publishing or self-publishing?”

Romance/Erotica Author Interview
Romance/Erotica Author Interview

Hello everyone! It’s time to reveal the answers for all 12 questions answered by 12 author participants in the February Group Author Interview, in the 12 genres, 12 authors, 12 months and 12 questions series! The support from Romance/Erotica authors was amazing as we have 12 authors participating in this group author interview.

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So, the 2nd question is “What is your choice: traditional publishing or self-publishing?”

1) Author #1 : Chloe S. Flanagan

I have opted for self-publishing because it allows me freedom and flexibility.

2) Author #2: Olena Kagui

There are benefits to both! As a new writer I prefer to publish traditionally while I learn more about this. Eventually, I would love to try out self-publishing!

3) Author #3: Angela Breen

As part of an indie press, I do a little bit of everything. Personally, I think Indie Publishing is the way to go. I know there’s still a bit of a stigma around self-publishing but it’s a smart business decision. BUT I also understand wanting someone to help you along the way which is why we created Amphibian Press. To offer services as well as a trusted way to get their books into the world. 

4) Author #4: Victoria Spencer

Depends on the project, but I tend to prefer the freedom of indie publishing since I write marginalized characters.

5) Author #5: Erin Lynne 

Great question because I am self-publishing. For me, this has been the right choice because I am able to have more control over my work (from the storyline to cover selection).

6) Author #6: Victoria Grant

Right now, I’m enjoying my journey self-publishing, but every author is different. There’s no right or wrong way, I support which ever approach works for the author to get the story published.

7) Author #7: Marie Lavender

I think a lot of what I do anyway would fall under the indie category, so probably publishing on my own would be less of a hassle. However, I can see the benefits of having a publisher, at least being under a brand of sorts.

8) Author #8: Jennifer Carole Lewis

I’m a hybrid author with an indie-published paranormal romance series and a new romantic suspense series coming out in July with a small press, Soul Mate Publishing. I think both routes offer advantages so it’s important for each author to find what works best for them individually.

9) Author #9: Amber Daulton

I’m traditionally published with small presses right now, but I’ve recently received my rights back to two novellas, so I plan on self-pubbing them soon. I like writing for small presses because they accept a broad range of stories. In time, I would like to land a contract with an agent and/or a major publishing house.

10) Author #10: J. Grayland

 Self

11) Author #11: Nicole Highland

My own personal choice was to self-publish for a number of reasons, most notably so I could be in complete control of every aspect of the process.

12) Author #12: Renata Sterling

I am currently a self-published author and definitely enjoy and appreciate it.  But I would also love being a hybrid author, both traditionally and self-published if that option became available in the future.

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Best regards,

Jasveena

Founder of International Book Promotion

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