Serious art can still be fun.
Kingdom never loses hope that even the most incorrigible of individuals can be reasoned with.
Registering your work with the U.S. Copyright Office can seem like a chore, but it's still something I recommend if at all possible.
KDP's greatest strength is that it is free right up to the point that you actually print a book.
Travels with Lizbeth explores much of what's wrong with America, but entirely from a first-person perspective that is never preachy.
Overall, my experience with Ingramspark has been quite good so far.
My experience is not comprehensive or applicable to everyone, but I believe it's worth sharing.
At some point the pro-human hyperbole becomes excessive, an over-the-top attempt to define humans as the chosen people among the entire galaxy.
"The Trouble with Tribbles" gives us humor, political intrigue, Klingons, plenty of banter between the crew members, and a background of deeper issues that remain relevant today.
Choose your experts, then let your experts do the choosing.