Dear Christian Indies,
It seems there are opportunities everywhere for Christian writers to become published. In fact, it seems all one must do is think about someday, maybe, possibly writing a book, and opportunities to become published appear in one’s social media feed, email inbox, or DM’s.
Most of us are savvy enough to know that with offers to publish, as with all of life’s opportunities, the old adage holds fast: “if it seems too good to be true, it probably is.” However, there are some pretty tempting opportunities out there, oftentimes delivered swathed in slick promotional materials which lend an air of legitimacy to an otherwise dicey-seeming situation.
How is the Indie author to know what offers are legit, and which ones to steer clear of?
This week on the podcast, we endeavor to give some general advice for safeguarding yourself against predatory publishers, including what to watch out for, and what to insist upon, should you find yourself courted by any of the thousands of publishers in this over-saturated marketplace.
See you there,