The Ugly Truth About Self-Publishing

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Forget everything you think you know about writing and self-publishing. Chances are it's complete bullshit. More
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About Oliver Markus Malloy

Oliver Markus Malloy is a German-American novelist and comic artist. Born and raised in Aachen, Germany, he currently lives in Los Angeles, CA.

Malloy began his writing career in the early 1990s, as editor-in-chief of a computer magazine with a monthly circulation of over 500,000, which was distributed by Germany's largest publishing house. After moving to New York, he was the art director for a newspaper in Manhattan, and later the production manager for a newspaper in Brooklyn, before he began self-publishing his cartoons online in May 2000. He has never had another 9-5 job since.

His bestselling trilogy, Bad Choices Make Good Stories, has been downloaded over 100,000 times on Amazon, Apple Books, Google Books, and Kobo.

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About the Series: On Writing and Self-Publishing a Book
So you've written a book. Congratulations! Join the club. Get in line. The restrooms are in the back.

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Dream Catcher Publishing House reviewed on on April 23, 2018

Hello, my name is Timothy Lasiter and I approve this book. Mr Malloy tells it like it is. This is a hard look at facts, but it was meant be informative and it might hurt your feelings, You might not want to call your self a writer until you read this book, keep writing!
(review of free book)
Rori O'Keeffe reviewed on on April 22, 2018

What I would add to this book of stark warnings for would-be authors:
If you were going to become a serious writer someday, you would have altered your plans, ambitions, education, lifestyle, and your very spirit when you were quite young. Becoming an actual author is a humbling process of self-imposed sacrifice and suffering. It is not a career choice for anyone who expects it is easy or glamorous.
People should write because they love to write. An honest look at what they have written would inform them if anybody at all would read it.
Self-publishing is more like Facebook posting than actual authorship, and this lucid book spells that out in clear detail. If you are not a serious writer, then please don't quit the day job, and above all, don't waste your money on all the "help" you'll be offered.
(review of free book)

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