Some sound advice and information for Novice AND Established Authors (and Readers)
If you want people to buy your book, it makes sense to first try to understand how people shop for books. Such knowledge is power that you can use in your book design and marketing decisions.
How People Don’t Buy Books
Let’s begin with a very important double negative:
People don’t buy books that they can’t find easily.
Who Cares How People Buy Books?
So you wrote a book. (That’s awesome by the way. Jump up and give yourself a huge high-five.) You edited and formatted until you turned blue in the face. Then you added a cover. You finally hit that publish button. Ta-da! Now all you have to do is wait for those royalties to come pouring in.
And wait. And wait. And wait… and wait. a.n.d. w.a.i.t. a..n..d.. w…a.…i…..t.
You put so much energy into the writing process. That gets the book completed. Then you put so…
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Great! I learned a lot! 🙂
Cheers for reblogging this Chris. I am still in the process of learning as regards selling my books.