Self Publishing Advocate

This is a story of how Hugh Howey’s WOOL got a unique publishing deal with Simon & Schuster.

This article is first published by IndieReader.com and as read on The Huffington Post

“It was about the partnership. It was about fair contracts for these unusual times in which we now find ourselves. It isn’t always a manuscript that an author brings to the table. More and more often, it can be a bestseller, an established brand, a gaggle of rabid fans, a proven readership, and a mature author platform.” – Hugh Howey

The Making of a Deal

As someone who writes apocalyptic fiction, it comes quite naturally for me to announce that tomorrow should never happen. Tomorrow is an impossibility. And yet somehow, I’m going to wake up tomorrow morning and find that a story I wrote while working as a bookseller–a story that blossomed into a novel one…

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