re: Self-Publishing Tween and Teen Fiction

Dear Editor… Kids are the fastest growing group of ebook consumers. Do you think this is affecting how emergent writers for teens and tweens need to present their work to traditional publishers who may or may not be embracing the digital format, and what are your thoughts about skipping the traditional publisher altogether and using an independent ebook publisher to create a digital novel to sell directly to kids? Sincerely, Roxyanne

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About nwharrisbooks

Born and raised in a small town in north Georgia, my imagination evolved under the swaying pines surrounding my family's log home. On summer days that were too hot, winter days that were too cold, and every night into the wee hours I read books. My face was rarely seen, always hidden behind a binding. I was nurtured on fiction. Now it is my turn to create some of my own. I live in sunny southern California with my beautiful wife and two perfect children (I may be biased). I write like I read, constantly. I studied anthropology at UCSB and medicine at SUNY Buffallo.
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5 Responses to re: Self-Publishing Tween and Teen Fiction

  1. J.G. Chayko says:

    I say: whatever your genre is for writing, do what works best for you in getting your work out there. It’s a changing world and because of ebooks and the internet, a writer doesn’t have to wait for a publisher to market their work. I write for the pure joy of writing, and if someone reads my publication, that is simply a bonus. Write on, do what you love and publish the way you want.

  2. rbdavis5 says:

    at the end of the day, if you do it as an Indie and do it right, no one will care where the book was printed or published. of course publishing is a LOT of work, its easy to do (wrong) and a lot of effort to do well.

  3. Thank you for stopping by to visit my blog…this post of yours is great! Ann

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