THU, FEB 19, 2015 10:55 ESTMost manuscripts that are submitted for review are tossed away into the black abyss of a cold file cabinet with no assurance that it will ever crawl to the surface again. Feeling sad yet? You should be. Though it is almost impossible to get anywhere by reserving your publication for a high-priced review and potential consideration by a snotty literary agent, it does not mean the end of all things written. Self-publishing, the best alternative to traditional publishing, is the way to go, specifically because it is inexpensive, and in some cases, completely free and can easily be controlled by the author as the process begins to unfold.To read the rest of the article, please visit Publishers Newswire: