Jun 15 2012

What’s Next for my Post-Apocalyptic Series?

In light of a recent epiphany, I’ve decided to keep complete control of Before the Darkness (my MM post-apocalyptic erotic romance) and the other books of the Refuge Inc. series. In other words, I’m taking the indie-publishing route yet again.

I’ve indie-published many books with results I’m proud of. And I’m ready to dive in again with my highly anticipated dark series. All the advantages of indie-publishing outweighed the disadvantages in my decision making process.

I enjoy the benefits of:

  • Choosing my cover and cover artist

  • Choosing the release date

  • Choosing the book formats (including print)

  • Choosing the interior layout

  • Choosing what bookstores will offer my book
  • Choosing the book’s price

  • Choosing when and if I want to offer discounts or free books

  • Holding all the rights to my book and the series
  • Having instant knowledge and access to sales stats

Yes, I’m a bit anxious and I know I have a lot of work ahead of me but I’m ready.  Soon, we all will witness the introduction of the Refuge Inc. series!
Keep an eye out for some exciting updates.

About the author

Leslie Lee Sanders

Leslie is a publishing Industry blogger, freelance writer and an author of over a dozen erotic romance & thriller titles. She self-published over two dozen works of fiction since 2004. Her blog was a finalist in the first annual Goodreads Independent Book Blogger Awards in 2012, and her story Benefits of Sharing is a finalist for the 2013 EPIC Award in the short story category. Her work has been included in the following Writer’s Market books: 2016 & 2017 Writer’s Market, 2016 & 2017 Novel and Short Story Writer’s Market, and the 2014 & 2015 editions of Guide to Self-Publishing. As well as online blogs like Be a Freelance Blogger. She resides in Arizona with her husband and 3 daughters.

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