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The #1 question I get asked every day: How do I sell more books?
I get a variation of this email several times a day, and I have collated the best answer in this post: Help! My book isn’t selling. 10 questions to answer honestly if you aren’t making enough sales.
Once you have been through that post, then check out the rest of the articles on book marketing here.
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The #2 question I get asked: How do I publish my book?
I’ve written an extensive post on this: How to Publish a Book 101 so go there for the full details. Below is a short version.
Go direct to the ebook publishers if you are able. Amazon KDP for Kindle, Kobo Writing Life, Barnes & Noble PubIt for Nook. Then use a distributor like Smashwords or Bookbaby for the rest of the ebook stores (or you can use them for everything if you want the easy route).
Use print-on-demand if you want a print book. When choosing a company to self-publish with please be careful and check out the company at Preditors & Editors listing which reports on all the scams and companies that will rip you off. Personally, I would recommend Amazon’s own Createspace,LightningSource, Blurb and Lulu.
For more articles and audios on publishing options, including traditional publishing and agents, self-publishing, ebooks and more, click here.
If you would like me to take you behind the scenes and give you the low-down on everything self-publishing with video, audio and text materials, click here for ProWriter: Secrets of Self-Publishing Success.
The #3 question I get asked: How do I write/ edit a book?
Here’s how to get your first draft material out of your head and onto the page, and here’s how the editing and rewriting process works after that first draft.
I recommend and use Scrivener software for writing my books.
There are lots more articles On Writing here .