This month I have sold at least one book a day. That’s a good start, I figure. By next year I’d like to be selling FIVE books a day.
I’m not in a hurry. My books are out there and new people find them every month.
It is one of the reasons that I really LOVE being an indie writer. I have got the world’s widest bookshelf. Anything I write is going to remain available for as long as I want it to stay.
This is also the reason I enjoy writing for a regional publisher. They’ve got my entire back-catalogue still available – and I sell copies every month.
Tick, tick, tick – like a steady driving clock on the wall.
A mile is nothing more than a whole lot of inches.
Yours in storytelling,
That’s ace. Nice going and I hope you soon make it to many more than five books per day.
Thanks – but if I make it any higher than five I’m going to need to grow a few more fingers to count on.
On the other hand, there’s always the other hand – now isn’t there?
Reblogged this on Kobo Writing Life and commented:
A great look at the long term. Steve Vernon’s thoughts about a fascinating post by Dean Wesley Smith on long term strategy as opposed to worrying about selling everything today . . .