self-publishing vs. working a small publisher

On today’s episode of The Segilola Salami Show, author Ronald Chapman shares his experience of self-publishing to working a small publisher. The first edition of A Killer’s Grace was self published, for the second edition Ron opted to use a small publisher from Santa Fe, NM.

Self-publishing vs. working with a small publisher

 

About Ronald Chapman

 

Ronald Chapman describes himself as a “full-time, all-time student of life.” The knowledge he has gained over 30 years of seeking spiritual truth has made him a popular author, sought-after speaker, and respected teacher of approaches that increase wellbeing and produce breakthroughs.

Ron is the creator of Seeing TrueTM and Progressive Recovery, resources dedicated to exploring ways to move past blockages in our lives. At the heart of Seeing True and all of his work is the Greek notion of “metanoia,” which translates as “a profound change of heart.” Through ups and downs in his life, Ron has sought and experienced his own metanoia, and his passion is helping others find their path to that peace.

Ronald maintains two core businesses as well. Leading Public Health provides facilitation, strategy and consultation to public health clientele, while Magnetic North delivers similar services to a broader array of clients.

Ron spent many years as a national award winning radio commentator on KUNM radio in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is an elite Accredited Speaker through Toastmasters International, and an accomplished leadership facilitator working with clients from all over the world, including the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization. Ron currently resides in Atlanta, and spends much of his time immersed in the great natural beauty of the Southeast.

You can connect with Ron

-Content Site www.SeeingTrue.com
-Twitter @seeing_true

 

Here’s the podcast on YouTube

About The Segilola Salami Show

The Segilola Salami show is hosted by Segilola Salami who is also an author and a self publishing strategist. She provides one to one support to aspiring authors to help them self publish their own books and make a success of it. Her latest book is called Yetunde: An Ode to My Mother. Part of the proceeds from the sales of this book goes towards helping UK Charity Jigsaw4u.

The aim of the show is to be entertaining but educative as we see guests share their experience on self publishing in a virtual cafe.

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