Going Indie means self-publishing, being completely independent, and forging the world in the "nontraditional" way.
It happens, and Indie is a way for writers to take control. They own the rights. They make the money (if any), and they take the risk. Most notably of late is Hugh Howey, the author of WOOL - a NY Times best seller - who started with Amazon's Create Space and now is signed (keeping many of his rights) and even has a film adaptation in the works.
A good one.
What say you, blog readers? What are your thoughts - from writers - on Indie VS Traditional?