The Decline of Self-Publishing

What do you think? I tend to agree to the cyclic changes, but I’m looking at block-chain technology to ensure ‘ownership’ – in publishing … we have a long way to go, it seems

Ruth Ann Nordin's Author Blog

I’ve been taking in what authors have been discussing in author groups and speaking privately with a couple of author friends. My gut feeling has been telling me that I better make plans on what I should do when self-publishing is no longer the best venue for publishing. I wish I could dig up a comment someone had made back in 2010 about trends in publishing because what he said seems to be playing out in front of me. But one thing he said was that self-publishing would take off for a while, and then there would be a point where it went into decline. From the decline would come the resurgence of traditional publishers.

I have to admit, I thought that guy had a gloomy outlook on things at the time. Nevertheless, his words had stuck with me over the years, and the more I look around at what’s…

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3 thoughts on “The Decline of Self-Publishing

    • I don’t think the need for entertainment will go away, or the need for a good story, but the context of publishing goes through change regularly. Sometimes, it’s a good thing.
      I’m still in it for the long haul, or at least while I still draw breath.
      Not that I’m addicted to this business of making stuff up …

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