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Sandra Ardoin @sandraardoin

I’m excited about releasing my first indie book. And I’m a tad nervous, of course. But if all works out, I’m hoping that my decision to go hybrid will benefit not only my readers, but me and my publisher.

Heidi Chiavaroli

Today, on the Seriously Write blog, author Heidi Chiavaroli discusses why she chose to release an indie-published book in-between releases of her traditionally-published novels.

Heidi’s questions to you: If you are published, are you published independently, traditionally, or both?
What do you see as being a benefit to how you are published? If you are not yet published, what kind of publishing goals do you have?