Skint Writer finally got his Pod proof copies and his post on that is here.

More importantly he has a really excellent review of the process for anyone interested in POD or self publishing. You can read it here. Here is a small flavour of what is a really great story and an exceptionally open discussion and journey:

For one reason or another I didn’t progress very much in my publishing plans and had only sold a total of about 400 books a year later when I started blogging. Initially I thought I might publish all my work online and promote it from the blog, but came to believe that that wouldn’t work as reading online doesn’t seem to appeal to many people.

After reading other blogs and getting feedback on my own blog for a couple of months I decided to revive my publishing plans by using POD as the initial cost would be minimal but I would still be operating as a publisher.

Busy at work

One thought on “POD-Happy?

  1. I just came across your blog via Skint writer’s – it’s interesting; I think you’re right publishing is changing as technology advances. We’re a much more instant gratification lot so the new media caters towards this. I still love the feel and smell of a real new book but I’m probably in an archaic minority.

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