Self-Publishing Round Table | Transitioning From Traditional to Self-Publishing

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The Self-Publishing Roundtable started out as a joke between five strangers on Twitter. It’s one of a few excellent video podcast resources along with Self-Publishing Podcast 101 and a must-visit point for independent authors exploring the world of self-publishing, whether you are a seasoned author or on the first step of your writing journey.

We enjoyed commenting and listening to various self-publishing podcasts each week. We decided to review them in a roundtable discussion each week. We decided to discuss the odd news story for the fun of it. […] We dropped the joke and begun covering the news full time. We added both David Wright and Trish McCallan to our team. […] we decided to add interviews to the mix. We started to bring in some of the biggest names in self-publishing to chat with us, including Theresa Ragan and Hugh Howey. We also interviewed several recent successes, Darren Wearmouth, Brenna Aubrey and Cristen Harber. […] We dropped the news and now interview every week. We are live every Thursday Night 6PM PST / 9 PM EST on YouTube and the site. We love our live viewers and the comments they throw at us but understand not everyone can make the show live. We have digital download and iTunes options. You can also watch on our YouTube channel at any time. ~ Self-Publishing Round Table – About Page

In the episode below from earlier this month, SPRT talked to author Kaylea Cross about her transition from the world of traditional publishing to self-publishing.

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4 Comments

  1. Carl Sinclair said:

    Thanks for the kind words. We’re excited to bring this show to the indie publishing world. Every week I learn something, and I know our audience does too. It really is about helping everyone to do better, be more successful and sell more books.

    • Mick Rooney said:

      Interesting point, Michael. I think it is less a case of self-publishing emerging from traditional publishing, rather it’s merging with the publishing world and the lines of distinction are quickly falling away.

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