A New Literary World: Success of Self-Publishing, BLOODSTAINS and Jeff Mudgett

Great read for anyone on the fence about which way to go when it comes to publishing your book.


What defines success of a first time author?

For Jeff Mudgett, author of BLOODSTAINS, his first published work, success comes in various forms; book sales, recognition, and cold hard cash! His foray into publishing his first book took many turns, including turning down an offer by a traditional publisher. To self-publish was his decision, it was good for him, and for his book, which is currently being developed as a major Hollywood movie, the dream come true for most authors.

Bloodstains, Jeff Mudgett,ImaginePublicityTaking his words from the page to Hollywood, Mudgett has a lot to share and teach, and is willing to do it so other new authors will be able to duplicate his successes, and avoid  his pitfalls and mistakes. He speaks to writer’s groups, classes and conferences, not only about the information contained in BLOODSTAINS, but his process in becoming a successful, self-published author.

Anyone who seeks to make…

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2 thoughts on “A New Literary World: Success of Self-Publishing, BLOODSTAINS and Jeff Mudgett

  1. Thank you for your interest in my article and for bringing it to your blog. I hope that you and your readers have found the information helpful and if there’s anything we at ImaginePublicity can do to assist you, please feel free to call on us. Good luck with your upcoming book project!

    • Thanks so much! I found some interesting facts that cemented my decision and squashing any Doubts I had as to whether or not I should self publish thanks to your blog. 🙂 And I just may some day, I need all the help I can get! Thank you for the well wishes as well! Can’t wait to read more for y’all!

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