UK micro-presses see sales soar 80% as readers who don’t want “another novel about a dead girl on a train” find their next read.
“I worried that they would be able to get it into shops, but within two or three months I have sold more copies than my last book did with Simon & Schuster.”
Many indies think it’s either Big 5 or indie, but there’s lucrative opportunities in the hidden middle ground.
Read more over at The New Publishing Standard.
Mark Williams now writes daily on global publishing maters for The New Publishing Standard.