By Kerekes Pál
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Published: July 03, 2012
Words: 984 (approximate)
Kerekes Pál, the author of e-book Guide (published in Hungary, 2011) attempts to formulate the basic idea of self-publishing. In short, it would be like a manifesto of the text. A few sentences of the first paragraph:
Only for the last decades has the author’s publishing received an inconvenient overtone. Our great poets, authors two hundred years ago had to look for subscribers for their book planning. In Hungary, as well as all around in Europe. It is worth remembering: the first printed book was also a self-publishing copy. Gutenberg did not make it to fulfill an order, did not have a distributor, a publisher; he did not even have an audience. For him the work was important, he had made many years of sacrafice, did not deal with anything else but to finish the book.
Nowadays, all you need is intention and respect towards word and letter: so writings can be addressed to the public.
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