Hi, I’m going to talk a little more about my indie author journey. Before I go on too much about things like Amazon or ebooks or anything else, I just want to talk about health, because health is extremely important in whatever you’re doing. And these days I see so many articles about how stressed out we are, that there is a crying need for people to think about their health right now. And there has been for some time, I think.
Hi everyone. Yeah. I’m going to talk a little bit more about my own experiences as an indie author, which have not all been wonderful. I hope you don’t mind that I refer to notes every now and then, because frankly, the material is important. It’s important for you to understand what happened and how it happened. And what I want to get into a little bit today is the history of indie publishing in terms of the importance of Amazon, the significance of Amazon. Okay. I mentioned before that everything was really great in 2011 and I thought, Oh, you know, I’m selling well, people like my books, they’re putting up good reviews. So the more books I write, the better I’ll do. Right? So I’ll just keep coming out with a book a year and hopefully everybody will keep buying and I’ll do great.
Hi. Today, I’m going to just talk a little bit about the history of how I got involved in self-publishing, because I think it’s important to know where I’m coming from so that you can evaluate what I’m saying in that light.
Hi, everyone. Today I’m going to talk a little bit about self-publishing, because I keep running into situations now where people will put things on lists or someplace—emails, whatever—commenting about, how to get started in self publishing.