Author Interview – Dan Harris : Part 2

You can now read part two of my interview over at Tim Flanagan’s blog, in which we talk about the publishing industry.


OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWithin the Indie Author Hub, you can learn about other authors, their thoughts and opinions, what makes them tick and how their writing process works for them.

All this week I will be releasing segments of an interview I conducted with fellow author, Dan Harris, an inspirational Sci-Fi writer. Have a look at his profile and books here.

Part 2 : The Publishing Process

How did you become published? KDP, Createspace for paperbacks, Kobo, and I use Draft2Digital to get into Barnes and Noble and iTunes. I was quite confident I could write novels that were worth reading, without needing an agent or a publisher to confirm that for me. So I chose the lottery of trying to be noticed and known among the massed ranks of other indie published authors over the lottery of finding an agent and publisher by the traditional route! It’s going pretty well so far…

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3 thoughts on “Author Interview – Dan Harris : Part 2

  1. Sorry I have been so busy, I neglected to comment on your previous post. It was a kick-ass interview, and I especially like that you stand and write (like Hemingway). I’ve wondered about that for a while now; I want to try it in the near future, at least just to see if it works for me.

    1. Haha, no worries. I’ve been standing for a few months now. I work from home, too, so it’s a good nine or ten hours a day that I used to spend sitting down but now don’t. Can’t wait to get my treadmill, too 🙂
      Worth trying it for a few hours at a time before you invest in a standing desk, though.

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