Organic Distribution


If you are independently publishing a book - that is, doing it yourself rather than depending upon someone else to do it - the first practical barrier will not seem very practical initially, but the fact is that unless you overcome it, you won’t get very far.

It is your own struggle with the idea of marketing your own work. ‘Surely, this is what publishers are for?’ you might say. And the answer is that you are exactly correct: traditional publishers exist to deal with all of these commercial aspects, the advertising campaigns, customers, and everything that might seem very foreign to a writer, who has sat alone typing a manuscript and trying to avoid people for so long in order to get anything done. That’s mainly why writers outsourced the task of selli