As more and more authors leap into self-publishing, there are a handful that have proven themselves well above the ordinary. These writers not only take the craft seriously, but have a knack for marketing their product.
Debut novelist Alysha Kaye is one of these authors.
As a biographer and nonfiction author, our paths would never have crossed if it weren’t for our mutual interest in self-publishing. We read the same blogs, listen to the same podcasts, and follow the same authors. Kaye isn’t just on the sidelines watching and studying what others do; she’s on the front lines, establishing a name for herself.
In fact, recently she was offered a publishing contract by a small press, which she declined.
As she put it in her blog, “I was led to believe that their marketing wouldn’t be any better than my own.”
By day, the author teaches high school in…
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