A news story about attitudes towards self-published books based on research by Palamedes PR – the book PR specialist – has been picked up by one of the UK’s leading publishing trade titles.
BookBrunch, an information website and daily news service for the book industry, has carried the agency story which found that nearly two-thirds of self-published authors are convinced they have what it takes to become the ‘next’ JK Rowling – but blame a lack of financial success on consumers’ “snobbish” attitude towards the practice.
The news story, which can be viewed here, follows a survey of 500 self-published authors across the UK conducted as part of Palamedes PR’s on-going research into book sales expectations.
A spokesman for Palamedes PR said: “We are delighted to see that BookBrunch, one of Britain’s leading book trade publications, has covered our self-published author survey story.
“We represent authors from across the publishing spectrum who greatly appreciate our market insight and expert book promotion strategies.”
Click here to see the original BookBrunch story (please note that BookBrunch is a subscription-based website and content can only be accessed on a paid-for basis).
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