Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs When Self-Publishing

Nicholas C. Rossis

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Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs When Self-Publishing

Self-publishing gives authors the opportunity to earn a lot of passive income compared to other careers. The reality is, though, that an average self-published book will make less than $500 in its lifetime sales. Even if they are good books, many of them are suffering from self-publishing mistakes that prevent them from being more successful. By avoiding these mistakes, you can start building a steady monthly income.

Home office | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books

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  1. I really love the audio version tip! And so true about a paperback version. I didn’t want to kill trees, which is why I published with Smashwords, but friends have told they would pay $35 a copy for my printed book! 🙃😱🤯🤣❤️

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