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I have two books that I’d love reviews for. I’ve written the first one. My kids have written and illustrated the second. They are FREE on Amazon (US/UK/India etc) on July 14/15. The books have been beta-read, proofread, and edited,but errors do creep in. If you find any, please email at rasana@RasanaAtreya.com. Thank you.
Note:You do not need an ereader to read these books. You can download a kindle app for your PC, smartphone, iPad etc.
These will be available on Apple, B&N, Kobo etc mid-October.
One of the questions I was asked in a recent interview – Can a newbie writer hope to make decent money out of self-publishing?
I was startled to see this question because it seems very obvious to me (and to a lot of other Indies, I’m sure) that self-publishing is where the money is. Where else can you expect to get royalties of 65-70%?
In traditional publishing the superstars – the Stephen Kings and the Nora Roberts – are the ones making serious money. Everyone else is obliged to hang on to their day jobs.
This is quite different from self-publishing where even mid-list authors – people you might never hear about – are quitting their day jobs because they are able to pay the bills. The reason you might never hear of them is that they need to sell a mere 75 ebooks each day at $2.99 in order to make a living. The amount people seem to agree is a living wage? $50,000.
But I guess all of this may not be very obvious to a lot of people, so I thought I’d point you to a couple excellent blog posts. You can decide for yourself.
The Passive Guy: Indie Authors Are Quitting Their Day Jobs.
The second post is by the amazing Hugh Howey: Newbie Author Declines $120,000 3-book Deal