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Know the Trade-Offs of Self Publishing and Traditional Publishing

Not long ago I interviewed Chelsea Cole on the Makin' Bacon Podcast and this quote of hers really resonated with me.

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"Honestly, the reason I went with self publishing is because one, I'm cheap and two, I am impatient." - Chelsea Cole

There are trade-offs to both self publishing and traditional publishing. I always loved the control of self publishing and the speed at which you can take a book from written to for sale.

What are your concerns about going with self publishing over the traditional route? Let me know in the Makin Bacon Facebook Group or the comments below.

Full interview with Chelsea Cole from @aducksoven entitled Self Publishing Your Cookbook.


If you want to read some more about publishing books, here are a few helpful links.

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How do you approach this? Let me know in the Makin Bacon Facebook Group or the comments below.


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All tags for this article: How to Write and Publish Cookbooks, Self Publishing

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