Today I’m going to talk a little bit more about the writer’s journey and trying to make a living as a writer these days. I think one question that you really need to answer before you do anything is why are you doing this? Why are you writing? What is it you hope to accomplish? What are your career goals?
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. 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.
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.