Interview with AP Fuchs, author of Getting Down And Digital: How To Self-Publish Your Book
I wrote it because indie publishing is nothing new and there is so much misinformation out there given this era of Kindle hype. I wanted to set the record straight and give a step-by-step self-publishing method that has barely changed in the 10 years I’ve been doing it, and one that’ll probably not change after the indie boom ends.
Tell us what we need to know.
“Getting Down and Digital: How to Self-publish Your Book” is by self-publishing veteran A.P. Fuchs, who has been self-publishing fiction for nearly a decade. From getting suckered in by a vanity press to learning the hard truth behind successful self-publishing, A.P. Fuchs has been through the school of hard knocks and beyond, coming out on the other side with a publishing platform that has enabled him to support his family while independently publishing fiction.
What will other indie authors get from the book?
No hype. No bologna. Just pure, honest self-publishing.
If you’re tired of the confusion, tired of the hype and just want a simple and concise way to properly self-publish your book and be successful at it, then “Getting Down and Digital: How to Self-publish Your Book” is required reading for any serious self-publisher, whether just starting out or having self-published already.
What if people ask what qualifies you to write this book?
If you’re into monsters, check out my zombie trilogy, “Undead World,” which is a supernatural time travel series about the undead. Think “Walking Dead” meets “Back to the Future” with some angels and demons thrown in.
I’ve also done paranormal romance in my trilogy, “Blood of my World.” The first installment, “Discovery of Death,” is free on Amazon. It’s vampires versus vampire slayers, lots of action, all wrapped in a bittersweet love story.
My superhero series, “The Axiom-man Saga,” is seven books long at the moment. Will be fifty when done. If you like lots of superpowered action, rich characters, and have a soft spot for Spider-Man, Superman or Batman, then you’ll love this series.
I’ve written many more books, which are all listed at my website.
Where is that?
What’s the biggest challenge self-publishing authors face?
I realize the above isn’t popular, but that’s okay. Just want what’s best for you.