Sales/Expenses Since May 13
Books sold: 68 ebooks, 29 paperbacks
Money earned: $275.67
Money spent: $293.34
Books sold: 450 ebooks, 186 paperbacks
Money earned (book sales): $1,894.95
Money earned (Patreon): $6,909
Money spent: $9,833.66
It’s been exactly one week since The Biographies of Ordinary People: Volume 2 launched, and during that time the book has sold:
- 58 copies on Amazon Kindle (this includes the 35 pre-orders)
- 1 copy on Barnes & Noble’s Nook
- 1 copy on Kobo
- 3 copies on Apple iBooks
- 29 paperbacks
As a point of comparison, Biographies Volume 1 sold 85 ebooks and 58 paperbacks in its first week. Volume 2 hasn’t done quite as well, but you’d expect that for the second book in a series.
However, I also expect to sell more books over the next two weeks as I embark on my READING & TEACHING TOUR! (Is that what we’re calling it?) Here’s a recap of where I’ll be when:
- Tuesday, June 5: Teaching “The Finances of Self-Publishing” at Seattle’s Hugo House. 6-9 p.m. Sign up here.
- Wednesday, June 6: Reading and signing at Seattle’s Phinney Books. 7-8 p.m. Facebook it here.
- Friday, June 8: Reading and signing at Portland’s Another Read Through. 7-8 p.m. Facebook it here.
- Sunday, June 10: Reading and signing at Juneau’s Rainy Retreat Books, with music from Marian Call and Laura Zahasky! 5-6 p.m. Facebook it here.
- Monday, June 11: Teaching “Getting Started as a Freelancer” at Juneau’s 49 Writers. 6:30-9 p.m. Sign up here.
There will be more READING AND TEACHING in the future, but this is what I have scheduled for now!
I also wanted to let you know that I’ve already started receiving emails from readers telling me how much they enjoyed Biographies Volume 2. Those are the best kinds of emails to receive, because it means that my book is doing what I hoped it would do: connecting with readers.
Thank you, all of you, for your support as I launched this second book! I hope you all get the chance to read and enjoy it. ❤