What they also conveniently forget to tell you is that if they were able to detect talent when they see it, why did well known authors such as J. K. Rowling, Steven King, Lord Byron, T.S. Eliot, Edgar Allen Poe, Leo Tolstoi, Mark Twain, Virginia Woolf and many others, all start by self publishing.
They were all rejected by main stream publishers so the self-proclaimed experts aren’t necessarily able to recognise talent when they see it. However, they were very quick to jump on the bandwagon after their talent was discovered by others.
One author gave the best answer we’ve heard.
“If a chef, rather than apply for a job at Trusthouse Forte, decided to open his own restaurant, I don’t think anyone would dismiss it as ‘vanity catering’.
On the contrary, potential diners would be inclined to assume that he might serve up a better, more adventurous meal than they would get in a chain outlet.”
We hope that all helps to answer the question.
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