When the urge to write novels became too large to ignore, being an indie author didn’t seem much different to what I’d done before. That’s not to say that I’d never accept a traditional publishing contract. But they would have to offer me much better than their “standard” terms to entice me. And whatever they offered would have to not screw over my current readers (unlike a current indie-turned-traditional author that my wife was a fan of, who signed a deal that blocks sales of their current & future books outside of the US).
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Jason G. Anderson lives in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia with his wife and several cats. During the day, he helps Antarctic scientists manage the vast quantities of data they collect. At night, he dreams of other worlds and realities much different to our own. His writing interests include sci-fi, urban fantasy, post-apocalyptic and steampunk.