How to Choose Self-Publishing for Author Success with K. Renee

More than 80% of Americans would like to be authors.  While many writers seek assistance from traditional publishers, many find their own success as a self-published author.  Author K. Renee put her passion on pen and paper to curate her own novels to become a successful author.  Growing up as an avid reader of urban literature led to her interest in writing urban fiction novels.  “I’ve always had a passion to write and one day I just decided to write my first book,” says K. Renee.    Since then she has written over 23 urban titles to grace our bookshelves.  

Many authors struggle with deciding on traditional publishing versus self-publishing.  Self-publishing brings about the following benefits:

  • You earn 100% of your royalties.  That’s right!  Traditional publishers may give an initial payout but the money from sales don’t go directly to you.
  • You can market your book how you want.  Whether it be a billboard sign like author, K. Renee or social media ads, it’s your choice.
  • You decide on professional editors, book cover, print on demand and more to jumpstart your book publishing process.  Traditional publishing companies may not allow you to have full creative control to share your story.

K. Renee is one indie author who took matters into her own hands to curate her stories on her terms.  She has found much success without even seeking traditional publishing means.  Her quality work takes her readers on a ride with their imagination.  K. Renee masters the urban industry with her variations in plots, characters and scene selections.   Author K. Renee also extends her literary magic into the industry of indie self-publishing.  “I started my own  publishing company because I wanted to help mentor and build up other authors,” explains K. Renee.

She guides other creative authors within the urban fiction industry to have their masterpieces published.  The publishing journey can be a challenge for many.  Her art of storytelling gives way to her expertise as an indie publisher in the game.  To date, she has helped over 14 authors publish their masterpieces.

Author K. Renee is an example of how to manifest your dreams into a reality.  She is steadily gracing us with her talent of urban romance novels.  Her work can be seen on most literature platforms and even a billboard near you. To connect with K. Renee online please visit  Follow her on social media as @authorkrenee as well.  

Writer, C. Scott, is a mother of one; author, social worker, early literacy interventionist and entrepreneur. Follow her on Instagram as @curls_coils and @mysweettealife. 

(Photos courtesy of Author K. Renee)

Chaundra Scott

Writer, C. Scott, is a mompreneur, author and blogger. Follow her online as @curls_coils and @mysweettealife.

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