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Publisher’s Weekly declares stigma of self publishing has vanished.

Westbow, a division of Thomas Nelson, is one of the brands authors are trusting to help them reach their publishing goals

Ann Byle, religion writer for Publisher’s Weekly, the leading industry publication, penned an article titled, Self-publishing: Changing Model, Getting Respect 

In the article she notes how self publishing is becoming a first choice  among authors who are looking to get published, which is quite a change from even a few years ago.  In her own words:

Self-publishing was once the uninvited guest at the publishing table. But as technology advances and authors develop marketing savvy, first-time and even some experienced authors are turning more often to what many in the industry are calling custom publishing. In religion publishing, this has particular appeal for religious leaders who already have an audience.

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