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I suggest you ask a hybrid publisher some of these queations. Hybrid publishers are new for these days. Since they are somewhere between the small publisher and the very large one, they might be good people to talk to.Amcdanel86 wrote: ↑23 Mar 2018, 12:21I am trying to find a publisher for my first book. I have roamed the internet and found 3 publishing company who are we will publish but for a price. we will edit, print, and promote some for you. what I want to know is how publisher are now. You pay them instead of they pay you? If this is true am I better finding my own editor and publishing myself?
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Reviews are another story: On Amazon I have 22 reviews with an average of 4.75 out of 5 stars. On Goodreads I have 11 reviews with an average rating of 4.45 out of 5. Another post here suggested that with these numbers I might catch the interest of a publisher.
Question: do I patiently wait for the 'Knock on the Door' or do I start sending out query letters?