Libiro.

Dear Reader,

 

Do you know Libiro? Probably not. Libiro (http://www.libiro.com) is a new e-book store, started by a British independent writer named Ben Galley. His approach to independent works is one I like very much: only independent authors are allowed to publish their books via Libiro. Large, established companies have no reason to go there, they won’t be accepted.

That, for me, is a good reason to start selling my books via Libiro as well. Some titles are there already, like The Devil’s Diary, Green Haven and Hilda the Wicked Witch book 1. Also my new title, The Story of the Mimosa, is available through Libiro.

If you feel warmly towards indie writers, have a look at the selection at Libiro. You may find your next book there!

2 thoughts on “Libiro.”

  1. Do you think it wise for a newbie writer to self-publish? I am finishing up the editing of my first book, a memoir of sorts. I would prefer to self-publish but just thought I’d get some feedback. Thanks.

  2. Wise is what you become with experience. There is no one stopping you from going the traditional way. Self-publishing is a choice. One you make when you start, one you make after too many rejection letters or one you make for one book while you try to get a traditional publisher to bring out another book.
    It’s a strange world, this publishing place. There are no absolutes.

    Good luck!

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