3 edition of Write it and sell it found in the catalog.
Write it and sell it
Allen Clark Marple
|Statement||by Allen Marple.|
|LC Classifications||PN149 .M33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 182 p.|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||64020852|
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Hi @daphnesmate01 Like Zilla I haven't seen any sales data by month either. Certainly in my genre (romance) there is a well known thing called the 'summer slump' which is believed to impact sales because the kids are home from school and people are busier with families (in comparison to winter when you can totally imagine people spending the weekend curled on the sofa with a blanket and a book). Writing a book happens in three phases: Beginning (you have to actually start), staying motivated (conquer self-doubt and overwhelm) and finishing (avoid languishing in the “almost finished” phase). Have a set time (ideally daily) and place to work on your book. Write some each day and it quickly adds up. Set a total word count for your book.
Since releasing my book I’ve sold over 2 thousand copies (and rising) in 1 year on my own. All while still building a startup and working at a venture capital firm full time. I’m going to give you a step-by-step of what I did to write, publish, and market my book. Was it perfect? No. Write and edit the book. Design a cover. Get your friends, family, and whatever followers you have to write a review and then publish. Wash, rinse, repeat! Once you have your name out there for one good book, it becomes easier to sell another. And another. And another. Resources: Books: On Writing Well by William Zinsser; Bird by Bird by Anne.
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Write your book anyway. Be helpful. Your readers will benefit. Your book won’t be a carbon copy of the rest. Flat broke? That’s okay. None of these techniques will cost you a dime. Now let’s get to it.
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