Writers don’t need publishing companies. They haven’t needed publishing companies for more than a decade. Writers also shouldn’t self-publish. With the maturation of the indie publishing community, there are professionals (the exact same professionals who work for publishing companies) who can help any anyone with a manuscript go from writer to author.
Question: Should I submit to a publisher or only publish on Kindle? Really crappy answer #1: If you can get published via publisher, it is always better. The reason is that, 1) you automatically get support for editing your book from publishing house, 2) most importantly you became “validated” author as, most times self-published Kindle …
Question: Can an amateur author make their book available online for download to the Kindle and the Nook?
Question: Can an amateur author make their book available online for download to the Kindle and the Nook? Basically is there any way to digitally self publish? Answer: Well, of COURSE there is. But why would you limit yourself to Amazon and B&N? The Holy Trinity of Self-Publishing is: Kindle Direct Publishing Smashwords Createspace