Twice a month I review a book of interest to authors. This time, it’s a great resource to help you make money beyond that 99c Kindle minibook or novella you publish.
If you've perused the digital shelves of Amazon Kindle looking for advice on how to earn more as an author, you're not alone. Every author wants to earn more, because the fact of the matter is that royalties are no big whoop, even if you're selling a $20 tome.
"Authors earn more money BECAUSE they're authors than they do from actual book sales."
-- Ronda Del Boccio
I have a couple books at 99c. Perhaps you do too. This little volume by Kristen Eckstein is right in line with what I teach all my mentoring students about earning money from y your books. You have to think outside the cover. So heer's my review of a helpful little book
99-cent Kindle books seem to be winning the book publishing popularity contest. Every day more of them are released, flooding the market with affordable information. The key with 99-cent Kindle books is to deliver an instant solution to a relevant pain point, and to have a solid back-end in place to make your money elsewhere. This book will show you:
- How to get (and keep) happy email subscribers - and build your platform
- The truth about using Amazon Advantage affiliate links inside your book
- A dozen products and services you can recommend in your e-book - and make money from later
- How affiliate marketing works - and when it's a good fit for your book
- What exactly to advertise in the back of your book and how to build a system of passive income
- Exactly how each sale of one of my 99-cent Kindle books nets me a minimum of $27
- And more!
Get this Author's Quick Guide today and start earning more profits for each book you sell!
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Is this a worthy book for authors? Continue reading "Digital Publishing Resource Book Review: Author’s Quick Guide to Making Money with Your 99 Cent Kindle Book by Kristen Eckstein"
This entrepreneur mindset infographic for authors is so very inspiring. It pains me deeply when would-be authors fear you’re not good enough and so don’t write a book!
Inspiration for Authors: Am I Good Enough to Write a Book?
So much about writing is an inner game. There's the writing part, sure, but it's the head stuff that tends to cause issues.
I saw this infographic some time ago, and it's just as powerful today. Thanks to Kristen Joy, the Book Ninja, for this infographic full of inspirational thoughts for budding authors!!
You ARE worthy! You DESERVE all good things!
There are so many mindset issues authors face. Feeling you're not good enough is such a loss! It truly pains me when would-be authors get in your own way. The world DESPERATELY needs you AND your message!
Get more inspirational thoughts – and most importantly, write your book with the help of the next LIVE author webinar. Go to www.ProfitableStorytelling.com/live for details about the next event.
Follow your bliss!
Ronda Del Boccio, the Story Lady
bestselling nonfiction and fantasy author, author mentor and speaker.
The Chocolate Book Tour
Have you ever participated in a blog hop before? This is my first time like THIS. Each participant shares our favorite books and what chocolates would go with them. It's usually chocolate and wine, but I just drink wine from a box and am both clueless about wines and not a big fan of them, so I'm sticking to chocolates for the most part. The Chocolate Blog Hop It all started with Greta Boris.Greta tagged Rossandra White.
Greta Boris is the author of The Wine and Chocolate Workout – Eat, Drink, and Lose Weight as well as forging the path for a new fiction genre, cozy horror. Go to GretaBoris.com for a free copy of her latest short story: FAT – A Ghost Story. and sinfully great tips for living happy and healthy. (Available on Amazon.)
I hope you enjoy my additions to the tour!
Ronda's Book + Chocolate Picks
This reminds me of shopping on Amazon. Here are some of my favorite books and their "people who like this book would enjoy..." treats. Continue reading "What Chocolate Goes with My Favorite Books? The Books and Chocolate Blog Hop"