Most writers write to share with others. But how do they get their books read in the first place?
Pros: It’s free and there is a wide audience. Also, there are occasional writing contests with monetary prizes your book can win.
Cons: The format isn’t all that good. And for people who are writing as an occupation, people don’t have to pay to read your books.
2. Young Writer’s Society
Pros: It’s an open forum full of aspiring writers. Niceee!
Cons: No monetary payback for those who need it.
Pros: People can actually BUY your books. The format is a little nicer than BookRix’s, but it isn’t the best, either.
Cons: The books are expensive.
4. Get a publisher
Pros: It’s classic – get your own REAL book. Published, edited…
Cons: Not that easy to achieve. Publishers more than often reject novels. And you’ll probably have to pay a sum of money to get it published in the first place.
There are also numerous other sites to house your works. Because of technology, writers have a much wider platform to express themselves and get known. Hope this helps, and happy writing!