Self Publishing Part 1

An Overview

Everyone has a book in them. Christopher Hutchins said that. Whether it’s a family history, an autobiography, or the great American novel, we all have a story to tell. But Mr. Hutchin’s quote doesn’t end there, he continues: …and in most cases, that is where it should stay.

I have a feeling Mr. Hutchins was well acquainted with self-published books.

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