Writing a book is all very well. Anyone with a little stamina can write a book. Selling that book is something else.
Here’s where 99.9 per cent of new authors fall down: they don’t promote enough. They don’t promote enough before they publish their book, and they don’t promote enough afterward.
Listen: I don’t care how GREAT your book is, if you don’t promote it it will go nowhere.
Promotion is vital for any book, whether it’s your first or your tenth, because promotion determines the length and success of your career.
Here’s a great story Indie Kindle author lands book deal:
“Author Boyd Morrison sold two books, the first one called The Ark, to Simon & Schuster. Boyd uploaded and sold the books himself and raised awareness for his novels by being a member of Kindle Boards and generally self-promoting.”
Are you making enough money writing?
Or is your writing just a hobby, costing you more in computers, Internet connection fees and writing supplies than you’re earning?
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