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I have so far only self published, and I haven’t delved into even querying as far as novels go, just because self publishing just seemed the best option for my own needs. Now, self publishing isn’t for everyone, and I debated over the two options for some time before I made my decision, which I only decided after making a detailed list for both options. I would like to think I am non-biased in this matter, but as of today, I can’t say for sure either way. Hopefully, my view will be fairly equal on both ends. Regardless, onward to the list.
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