You follow all the expert advice you can find. You perform every last task, from editing to book description polishing to Goodreads promotions. You’ve even gone through the effort of setting up a writing blog and started blogging about writing. But despite all your hard work, you only have a trickle of e-book sales coming in. What gives?
Great Kindle E-Books
You’ve been writing long enough that your Kindle e-books are of high-quality, from three-dimensional characterizations to solid plot to consistent descriptions to fluid viewpoint transitions. Your work may not be quite up to snuff with the big dogs like Martin, Maas, Taylor, and Sanderson, but it is clearly superior to most of the self-published dreck out there.
And yet those best-selling novelists and your inferior quality classmates are all selling more books than you. It’s infuriating!
Ninety percent of the time, the reason this happens is because of lack of exposure. Continue reading “The No. 1 Reason Your Kindle E-Books are not Selling”