Indie Success: From Dreamer To Established Author In One Year is available in paperback and Kindle ebook at Amazon.com.
About Indie Success
Do you dream of making a living as a writer?
Great! Because Indie Success: From Dreamer To Established Author In One Year is your blueprint for how to do exactly that.
There are a lot of books out there that teach you how to format your e-book or get the most out of this month’s popular print on demand platform. Or which promise immediate sales, using gimmicky and often dishonest tactics. But this is the only book, which lays out, step by step, how to transform your fantasies of a writer’s life into the real deal. How to actually make a meaningful living, over the long term, from the fruits of your artistic labors. From understanding the nuances of the publishing process to marketing your book—successfully, and for free—to developing a business plan that will actually work for you, rather than against you, this is the advice you need when you’re ready for the next step. When you’re ready, not just to publish a book but to embark on a new career.
Success in this—or any—field takes hard work. And it isn’t automatic. You need a good book, a solid work ethic, and the willpower to translate that solid work ethic into more good books. But if you’re ready to work hard, and to take some, at times, hard advice, then you’re ready for Indie Success.
From the Author:
I Look Like This Because I’m A Writer, this guide’s companion volume, teaches you how to craft a story that will captivate your readers. From generating ideas to finding your authentic voice to crafting genuine-sounding dialogue, it takes you from blank page to finished manuscript. Indie Success: From Dreamer To Established Author In One Year is what takes you from finished manuscript to royalty payments that can actually cover your electric bill.
As most successful writers will tell you, writing the book is the easy part.
Being in business for yourself is what’s hard. But as an author, particularly as an indie author, you are. Your books are your business; your goals for when and how to publish them, your business plan. Most of us hear the word “business” and want to go running; we aren’t, after all, writing books because we love to crunch numbers. But the truth is that even if you’re making a living off of your creativity you still have to make a living—and that means mastering the business side of life. The good news, though, is that doing so doesn’t have to be a soul-sucking exercise in pain. It can be liberating, and wonderful, and fun.
Keep reading, and I’ll prove it to you.