This week, we’re discussing writing and selling ebooks. If you’ve chosen this as your business model for your writing career, you know that it’s huge fun, and very profitable too.
However, you need a method – a process. We’ll give you a process for both nonfiction, and fiction. I’ve been teaching these processes to my private coaching students. They work.
Here are the three published articles in the series – more to come, shortly.
In our first article, we mentioned Brenda Hiatt’s survey of 60 writers, and that “The average 2012 earnings per TITLE came to $13,957”.
Here’s what you need to know: Amazon gets millions of visitors each month. Ebook sales are going up. The more titles you publish, the more your income will increase, and your titles will keep selling for years.
In this article, we discuss a simple process for writing your ebooks. This process works, and it eliminates procrastination, because you know exactly what you’ll be doing next.
But what if you’re a beginning writer?
I’ve had many questions from writers who’ve never written an ebook, and want to know how to get started.
If this is you, here you go.
This is a very simple process. It will work for you, even if you’re a beginning writer.
Upcoming Articles in the Series
Watch for these two articles which will be published shortly:
Writing and Selling Ebooks 3: Maximum-Profit Nonfiction
Writing and Selling Ebooks 4: Maximum-Profit Fiction
I’ll be sharing ways to get the most from both your nonfiction, and fiction. We’ve never shared this info elsewhere, so you’ll get a lot of value from it.
Free PDF Download: “Write and Sell an Ebook in a Week”
I wrote the article, “Write and Sell an Ebook in a Week”, last year. It got a tremendous response from writers who USED the material… that’s always thrilling for me. Writers have used this simple method to publish many, many ebooks – and to develop full-time incomes.
If you missed that article, you can download the issue in which it appeared here. It’s in PDF format.
I’m pleased that you’re enjoying the series. If you’ve sent a message, thank you for the kind words, and watch for the next two articles in our series.
Bonanza: TWO offerings this week
Why TWO offerings? It’s a long story and concerns a group of writers I’m coaching, so I won’t share it. Julia suggested that since we were offering the two programs to writing students anyway, we should offer them to our loyal readers because you deserve it, and that’s so true. Thanks for reading — I truly appreciate YOU. Enjoy. 🙂
Important: please be aware that every writing guide and class we offer is DIFFERENT – there’s no rehashed material. We need to make this plain because we always receive questions about programs which are on similar topics. Read the program descriptions, and if you’re not sure which is right for you, ask – we love to hear from you. 🙂
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