John Green: why I’ll never self-publish

John Green: why I’ll never self-publish

Loyal author rants lovingly but fiercely about the publishing industry. All his points are very valid, and his gratitude is appreciated, no doubt, but those same components — editors, mentors, production assistants, publicists, book designers — are all available to so-called independently published authors as well. And just as necessary.John Green, author of The Fault in Our Stars

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