I’ve done a handful of developmental editing projects with a handful of writers (some of which are currently in process), but this is the first time I’ve gotten to hold one of their published books.
How do we get our books into the hands of the people who might appreciate them?
I could literally sum this up in one sentence: publish a book that people want to buy.
Because you can’t make a living selling two books a day.
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Sales/Expenses Since August 9 Books sold: 29 ebooks, 0 paperbacks Money earned: $56.83 Money spent: $35 Total Books sold: 539 ebooks, 229 paperbacks Money earned (book sales): $2,337.19 Money earned (Patreon): $6,909 Money spent: $10,547.51 Just a very quick update today — I spent $35 on a Bargain Booksy promotion at the end of August (promoting Volume 1 in the hopes…
Sales/Expenses Since June 25 Books sold: 29 ebooks, 3 paperbacks Money earned: $93.81 Money spent: $0 Total Books sold: 510 ebooks, 229 paperbacks Money earned (book sales): $2,280.36 Money earned (Patreon): $6,909 Money spent: $10,512.51 I haven’t done an update in forever, but that’s because I haven’t had much news to share. Since getting back from my mini-book-tour I’ve been focusing on…