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In the current environment, your publishing choice doesn’t have to be either/or. Many authors—even those who have published and continue to publish with traditional publishers—are trying out self-publishing. While the basics are straightforward, there are things you should know about the process and mistakes you should know to avoid before you dip your toes in the water. And once you “hit the press,” you need to unravel the mysteries of marketing and promotion. Find it all here. (Photo: Christine Ellger

Writer

"Kathy writes compellingly and swiftly, has an eye for detail, and possesses an uncanny sense for how to shape a story to make it pulsate with energy."
 —Taylor Halverson

Editor

"Kathy Jenkins has honed her editing skills with such precision and excellence that today she is viewed by many (including me) as the best editor on the planet. No matter how many times I have read and reworked a manuscript, Kathy improves my writing with meticulous care and good will."
 —Susan Easton Black

Mentor

"Kathy has been so helpful to me in bringing my manuscripts to fruition, encouraging me to work diligently on my writing craft. She makes every author better in every way."
 —Ed J. Pinegar

Consultant

"Kathy brings life in her writing, wisdom in her editing, and experience in her consulting; she has made me a better and more confident author."
 —Ganel-Lyn Condie