Does your book need an epilogue? What purpose can an epilogue serve? Also... is including an epilogue only for certain genres? Watch & learn ;).
If you've ever looked into self-publishing your own books, you probably realized very quickly that there's a lot more to it than what it sounds like. That initial realization can send even the smartest and toughest authors into analysis paralysis and a general feeling of overwhelm.
Fortunately, there are lots and lots of resources online for learning everything you need to know, the No Bull Blog included ;).
To make sure I focus exactly on your needs, I thought it would be a good idea to ask you seasoned self-pubbers out there:
What aspects of the self-publishing process drive you batshit crazy? Email me or leave a comment on this post =).
Read on to learn about some of my most frustrating experiences in self-publishing.
You may be wondering if that's even possible... or allowed. Disagreeing with your editor? Hm. Well, yes... you may, in fact, disagree with your editor if there are no set-in-stone rules about the particular instance in question. In many cases, there are two or more different ways of writing something correctly, and sometimes one is just considered more formal than the other. No matter what the case, the way in which you present your opinion to your editor is often more important than whatever is going on in your manuscript.
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