Hi, everyone! Today, I’m going to talk a little bit about the power of habit, because having the habit of creating things is the secret to succeeding with creating them.
Hi. Yeah. I’m going to talk about marketing today a little bit.
I’m going to reposition this thing, so I’m not looking at myself all the time. There, that’s better. Right. Okay. So yeah, I was going to talk about marketing, and I don’t think anybody really has all the answers when it comes to this stuff.
Hi, this is the second time I’ve made this video because the last time I did it, I didn’t look at the camera, which is … it gets really kind of distracting actually, when you look at me doing that. Anyway, I just wanted to talk about what I’ve been doing since I haven’t really been on Twitter actively.
In Part Seven of my guide to being an indie author, I’d planned to talk about Amazon, but there’s loads of info out there about that.
What I’m doing today is telling you ways that you can be a truly indie author, which is to say non-Amazon exclusive. Because going wide is the only way to keep complete control over your own content.