April 2013
Publishers Weekly;4/1/2013, Vol. 260 Issue 13, p31
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the increase in self-publishers in the Christian book industry in the U.S. Topics include the use of self and custom publishing for Christian authors, the visibility and promotion of Christian book authors within the book industry in the U.S., and why some author choose to self publish due to cost and creative control.


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