I’ve been reading Gloria Steinem’s Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions, and I thought I’d share these two jewels from the introduction:
What Could An Agent Do For A Self-Published Author? – Pub Speak Blog Tour
You can also find me at Selling Books today with What Could An Agent Do For A Self-Published Author?
A sneak peek:
“Ultimately though, we may find the role of an agency shift. Perhaps for the self-published author, the right agent would be one that is also marketing savvy. Since a self-published author’s marketing budget comes from their own pocket and not a publisher, it would behoove them to have someone to bounce marketing ideas off of, and help them decide where their marketing budget (be it time or money) would best be spent.”
Follow the rest of the blog tour for Pub Speak: A Writer’s Dictionary of Publishing Terms here:
1.) MJ Rose’s Backstory about the genesis of the book.
2.) What Could An Agent Do For A Self-Published Author? over at Selling Books.