Killing the Top Ten Sacred Cows of Indie Publishing: #7… I Have To Sell Books Quickly by Dean Wesley Smith
I just read this great article by Dean Wesley Smith which challenged my paradigm of how to make money as a writer. Find it here:
In an oversimplified nutshell he suggests focusing on writing many books, expecting each of them to sell very modestly, instead of striving endlessly to produce that one 'New York Times Best Seller'. It is a very interesting model, and while it lacks the excitement of pursuing fame and fortune, it seems far more realistic if you simply love writing and want to pursue a career in it.
What are your thoughts?
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