Self-Publishing Finally Gets The Approval Stamp

While the indie community has long been aware of the fact that quality books are being self-published, it seems like that fact has finally been acknowledged.

A self-published author and TV reviewer, Alan Sepinwall, had his new book The Revolution Was Televised, reviewed by no less than the New York Times, and Forbes also gives the book honorable mention.

While one might say, “Well, he has a name to back his book.” One cannot deny that at least the means of self-publishing has lost that “bad aura” that so many in the traditional publishing world hate to admit is gone.

Hurrah for Alan Sepinwall! And may his book stay no.1 on Amazon’s charts for a long time.

2 Responses to “Self-Publishing Finally Gets The Approval Stamp”

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