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“KDP gave us the ability to have the final say on what we were creating, allowing us to not compromise on quality.”

Brandon Perlow, publisher of Watson and Holmes

Like many fans of comic books, I felt compelled to get my stories out there. So, when the opportunity came to work with Karl Bollers and Rick Leonardi on a new take on Sherlock Holmes, I was thrilled. Creating comics has been something I’ve wanted to do since I was a child and I got extremely excited as the pages started to come in.

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Sayuri Sakai, author of Because I’m a Maid

When I was about 18 years old, I started taking manga written by me to a reputed publishing house in Japan. A year and a half later, I participated in and won a competition to create a comic based on a simulation game. That was my debut as a professional manga writer. I still remember how difficult it was for me at the time to create a whole series of comics as my first professional endeavor.

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Peter J. Ang, author of PANDORA End of Days

It seems everywhere I look online these days, there are dozens of success stories from self-publishing authors being posted in blogs and pop-culture news websites. These stories usually have to do with a decision to abandon the traditional route of approaching major publishers by diving headlong into the e-book industry, and driven largely due to the explosive growth of the Kindle.

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